12 Angry Jurors: Where theater meets social justice

We’re honored to be selected by Voice for Voiceless as the beneficiaries of their upcoming production 12 Angry Jurors!

12 Angry Jurors
March 17, 18, and 19 at 7:30 p.m.
First Congregational UCC in Downtown Portland

Tempers fly high as a jury deliberates the murder trial of a 19-year-old defendant. The accused appears destined for capital punishment until one by one, each of the 12 jurors confesses the personal biases that fuel their guilty verdicts. All 12 are forced to confront their internal battles, but will it be enough to establish reasonable doubt? Join us for this gripping, penetrating, and powerful expose of the trial-by-jury system. 

“After the Verdict” talk back panels will explore the play’s themes including jury deliberation, the death penalty, and racial disparities in the criminal justice system. Confirmed guests include:

Friday, March 17: Andy Ko (Partnership for Safety and Justice), Tiffany Harris (criminal defense attorney), Amanda Manjarrez (Coalition of Communities of Color)

Saturday, March 18: Iris Maria Chavez (education advocate & communications consultant), Donna Maxey (Race Talks), Antoinette Edwards (Portland Office of Youth Violence Prevention)

Sunday, March 19: Rebecca Nickels (Call to Safety), Lane Borg (Metropolitan Public Defenders), Bobbin Singh (Oregon Justice Resource Center), Wajdi Said (Muslim Educational Trust)

Tickets:$25 adults, $15 youth at https://www.voiceforvoicelesstheatre.com/box-office/

If you would like to attend but ticket cost is a barrier, please contact us at cleo@safetyandjustice.org or 503-335-8449. 

This event is wheelchair accessible.

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