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Bridgit Antoinette Evans

Bridgit Antoinette Evans has dedicated the last 10 years to investigating the intersection of art and human rights, as a professional actor-producer and President of Fuel | We Power Change (fuelchange.net), a production studio that partners high profile and emerging artists with human rights organizations for creative collaborations and culture change campaigns. For Fuel, Bridgit was the executive producer of the South African staging of Suzan-Lori Parks' Venus that raised funds for domestic violence survivors in Capetown; creator of the Live for Darfur Artists Campaign that catalyzed over $10 million in donations for global NGOs; and executive producer of the charity music single "This Is to Mother You" featuring Sinead O'Connor, Mary J Blige and Martha B that raised funds for survivors of child sex trafficking. She is a popular moderator of conversations exploring the role of artists in advancing human rights.

A (New) Vision Grows in Harlem
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A (New) Vision Grows in Harlem

Conversation with Ty Jones

28 June 2012

Actor-Producer Bridgit Antoinette Evans in conversation with Ty Jones, Producing Artistic Director of the Classical Theatre of Harlem.