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Tatiana Isabel Gil

Tatiana is a co-founding member of SARSI, as well as an actor, playwright, and dramaturg.

Tatiana Isabel Gil is a Queer Latinx writer, dramaturg, and actor with a passion for new work development, art that moves people to take action, and decolonization as a form of healing and empowerment. Some favorite credits include working as a dramaturg for world premiere plays Hype Man, and Leftovers with Company One Theater, playing Kit in Off the Grid’s production of Our Dear Dead Druglord, and as the director of Theater Performance and Committee member for the Yo Soy Lola movement, writing 3 one act plays exploring intersectional identities within the Latinx experience. Some of my favorite things are collaboration, homemade iced lattes, Pedro Almodovar films, making altars, and Steven Universe.

 

How We Grew a Student-Centered Anti-Racist Movement at Our Institution of Learning
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How We Grew a Student-Centered Anti-Racist Movement at Our Institution of Learning

10 September 2020

Tatiana Gil, Micah Rosegrant, Viviana Vargas, and Ciera-Sadé Wade—members of the Boston University School of Theatre Anti-Racist Student Initiative (BU SARSI)—speak to how, after a public outpouring of testimonials from former and current students of BU’s School of Theatre—detailing racism, sexism, ableism, and more—they rallied together to innovate ways of addressing the white supremacy within the school.