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let’s talk you talk about this week so I’m gonna say this several times if you do not watch the videos and read the articles you were going to be totally confused on the assignment so don’t try to skip out on it and go straight to the assignment it will not make sense so we’re gonna talk about theater and social justice this week and we’re going to mainly be looking at theater of the oppressed as well as forum theater so these are two different types of theater that are performed where the audience also participates but there’s a goal in mind they’re trying to solve some sort of problem so I’ve got an article in there that has a few videos in bedded and so this article right here and then two separate videos can start watching at the eight minute 30 second mark these are geared towards like high school students and they do a pretty good job of explaining it in pretty plain terms so he’s going to talk about august over while and theater be impressed and other and then this Ted X video you actually get to see forum theater in action so what you’re doing this week is you are creating a social justice theater proposal OK I just want to make sure I got everything on my checklist before I go into this proposal so as I said before this is trying to solve some type of problem or addressing an issue in a community it can be something really small like maybe there’s some kind of arguments that keep breaking out at the dining hall at school or it can be something humongous you can do one on racism so that’s like a gigantic topic or you can do it like I said or something really teeny tiny it’s totally up to you but also up to you how you present this to me so however you feel most comfortable if you just want to make notes on a note card and talk at your laptop or phone for five minutes and then post a link or upload that perfectly fine if you wanna do an audio recording where you’re talking through it that’s great too you can do a Google slideshow PowerPoint presentation and if all of that just sounds terrible to you and you would really feel better just writing up a proposal like an outline on a piece of paper also fine but what do you want to make sure you’re doing as you’re addressing all of these topics questions areas what’s the problem that you’re wishing to address: Sarah a third grade teacher and there are some students that are always fighting over the swings so who are your performers again this might sound weird until you go back and watch those videos who are the performers going to be who is your audience briefly describe your script so you don’t have to write your script but if you were going to say let’s take the swingset scenario so let’s say you have four actors there are two that are pretending to swing two that are waiting their turn and they get an argument over it that could be a decent explanation of your script and then you’re gonna talk about your logistics you’re going to imagine you’re actually going to put this song where are you having this is it at the community center is it in theater is it in your fourth grade classroom because you’re a teacher trying to solve this problem how many rehearsals will your performers need do you see yourself as the Director or a performer or both would you need a budget to put this on or is this something where people are donating their time and space or it’s just done as a community activity all right so I highly recommend you read the stuff watch those videos and then come back and watch this one more time and my! Make some more sense so this is another one where you need to upload it two times once  What you need to read/watch:  I highly suggest you read/watch these in the order in which they appear  Read this article on Theatre of the Opressed Watch Video Poor Unfortunate Theater: Crash Course Theater #48 Duration: 13:07User: n/a – Added: 2/15/19 (start at 8:30) Watch Video Forum theatre performance | Shannon Ivey and STATE of Reality | TEDxColumbiaSC Duration: 18:52 Questions Please post your proposal (or link to it) here AND on the discussion board so your classmates can view it!  Project Requirements What problem are you wishing to address? Who are your performers? Who is your audience? Briefly describe your script. What are the logistics of putting on this show? Where would you have it? How many rehearsals would you need? Do you see yourself as a director/performer or both? Would you need a budget or would everyone be donating their time/space? Is this a required community building activity? 
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let’s talk you talk about this week so I’m gonna say this several times if you do not watch the videos and read the articles you were going to be totally confused on the assignment so don’t try to skip out on it and go straight to the assignment it will not make sense so we’re gonna talk about theater and social justice this week and we’re going to mainly be looking at theater of the oppressed as well as forum theater so these are two different types of theater that are performed where the audience also participates but there’s a goal in mind they’re trying to solve some sort of problem so I’ve got an article in there that has a few videos in bedded and so this article right here and then two separate videos can start watching at the eight minute 30 second mark these are geared towards like high school students and they do a pretty good job of explaining it in pretty plain terms so he’s going to talk about august over while and theater be impressed and other and then this Ted X video you actually get to see forum theater in action so what you’re doing this week is you are creating a social justice theater proposal OK I just want to make sure I got everything on my checklist before I go into this proposal so as I said before this is trying to solve some type of problem or addressing an issue in a community it can be something really small like maybe there’s some kind of arguments that keep breaking out at the dining hall at school or it can be something humongous you can do one on racism so that’s like a gigantic topic or you can do it like I said or something really teeny tiny it’s totally up to you but also up to you how you present this to me so however you feel most comfortable if you just want to make notes on a note card and talk at your laptop or phone for five minutes and then post a link or upload that perfectly fine if you wanna do an audio recording where you’re talking through it that’s great too you can do a Google slideshow PowerPoint presentation and if all of that just sounds terrible to you and you would really feel better just writing up a proposal like an outline on a piece of paper also fine but what do you want to make sure you’re doing as you’re addressing all of these topics questions areas what’s the problem that you’re wishing to address: Sarah a third grade teacher and there are some students that are always fighting over the swings so who are your performers again this might sound weird until you go back and watch those videos who are the performers going to be who is your audience briefly describe your script so you don’t have to write your script but if you were going to say let’s take the swingset scenario so let’s say you have four actors there are two that are pretending to swing two that are waiting their turn and they get an argument over it that could be a decent explanation of your script and then you’re gonna talk about your logistics you’re going to imagine you’re actually going to put this song where are you having this is it at the community center is it in theater is it in your fourth grade classroom because you’re a teacher trying to solve this problem how many rehearsals will your performers need do you see yourself as the Director or a performer or both would you need a budget to put this on or is this something where people are donating their time and space or it’s just done as a community activity all right so I highly recommend you read the stuff watch those videos and then come back and watch this one more time and my! Make some more sense so this is another one where you need to upload it two times once  What you need to read/watch:  I highly suggest you read/watch these in the order in which they appear  Read this article on Theatre of the Opressed Watch Video Poor Unfortunate Theater: Crash Course Theater #48 Duration: 13:07User: n/a – Added: 2/15/19 (start at 8:30) Watch Video Forum theatre performance | Shannon Ivey and STATE of Reality | TEDxColumbiaSC Duration: 18:52 Questions Please post your proposal (or link to it) here AND on the discussion board so your classmates can view it!  Project Requirements What problem are you wishing to address? Who are your performers? Who is your audience? Briefly describe your script. What are the logistics of putting on this show? Where would you have it? How many rehearsals would you need? Do you see yourself as a director/performer or both? Would you need a budget or would everyone be donating their time/space? Is this a required community building activity? 
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Reply needed for both Katie There are multiple different obstacles to litigating post-conviction innocence. One that stuck out to me was that “…once a defendant pleads guilty, the appellate courts will not hear arguments that his confession was coerced, that a witness lied to police, or that forensic evidence was unreliable” (King, p. 218). It is very possible that the defendant does not know this information and essentially now they are trapped. The only way out of this situation is to prove that “…his plea was involuntary or uninformed” which rarely succeeds (King, p. 218). This then makes the court question the validity that the defendant is being honest and not just lying. Another obstacle is that the appellate courts only review the court record and do not have the power to consider new evidence (King, p. 219). In most wrongful convictions the evidence to support the defendant is normally discovered/uncovered long after they were convicted so it will not be seen by the appellate court. The defendant must await a post-conviction review for new evidence to be introduced and examined. The obstacles that these individuals are forced to face in hopes of proving their innocence and getting exonerated are lengthy and difficult. In the Garrett chapter, he discusses how it took exonerees on average “…six and a half years after their conviction to exhaust all of their appeals and habeas proceedings” (Garrett, 2011, p. 181). Reading more about the process in King’s chapter gave me a better understanding of how long this process can really take.   Trevor  The first limitation that is a tremendous obstacle I did not realize existed is,”in many states, new trial motions must be filed within a designated period ranging from a month to three years after sentencing,”( King,p.218). That window of time is very small and requires investigative resources that may not be available to the person convicted. Even when new evidence is found, it requires ,”that the evidence could not have been discovered earlier and is persuasive enough to convince the judge that retrial would probably end in acquittal,”(King,p.218). In addition to time constraints, typically the defendant must demonstrate that if he/she pled guilty, it was not done voluntarily. If an admission of guilt was done as part of a plea agreement, this makes an appeal very difficult if not impossible. When on trial in what appears to be a case that will be won by the prosecution, a plea arrangement may seem the lesser of the evils with a typically shorter incarceration period, but this can also mean if new evidence surfaces it cannot change the guilty plea. Another roadblock post-conviction is that, “most states do not routinely provide attorneys to help investigate, compose, or litigate post-conviction petitions,”(King,p.221). This equates to having the resources, financial or otherwise, to secure legal counsel in the hopes of proving one’s innocence. In my opinion, a truly innocent person must possess immense dedication and determination to prove their innocence post-conviction and even then there is no guarantee. It seems there needs to be procedures and policy’s implemented to attempt at minimizing wrongful convictions.
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Hi Theatre of the Oppressed Home Resources Methods Theatre of the Oppressed What is the Theatre of the Oppressed (TO)? Created by Brazilian visionary, Augusto Boal, Theatre of the Oppressed (TO) is a form of popular community-based education that uses theatre as a tool for transformation. Originally developed out of Boal’s work with peasant and worker populations, it is now used all over the world for social and political activism, conflict resolution, community building, therapy, and government legislation. Inspired by the vision of Paulo Freire and his landmark treatise on education, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, T.O. invites critical thinking. It is about analyzing rather than accepting, questioning rather than giving answers. It is also about “acting” rather than just talking. In T.O., the audience is not made of spectators but “spect-actors”. Through the evocative language of theatre, everyone is invited to share their opinion on the issues at hand. Boal’s books have been translated into over 35 languages, and the work radiates from his centres in Rio de Janeiro and Paris as well as Vancouver, Toronto, England, India, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Holland, Italy, Korea, Burkina Faso, Puerto Rico, and many others. In the U.S., active centres can be found in New York, Omaha, Los Angeles, and Port Townsend, WA. It is also practised on a grassroots level by teachers, social workers, therapists, and activists all over the world. (description via Mandala Center For Change) Why the Theatre of the Oppressed (TO)? Theatre of the Oppressed (TO) is an aesthetic method created by Brazilian playwright Augusto Boal that stimulates critical observation and representation of reality, envisioning the production of consciousness and concrete actions.In the last decades’ Theater of the Oppressed games, exercises and techniques have become powerful tools for many practitioners across the world. It is a participatory art form that is meant and applied as an empowering and liberating practice that inspires individual and collective transformation. NEWSPAPER THEATRE – This system of 12 techniques represents the first attempt that was made to create the Theatre of the Oppressed, by giving the audience the means of production rather than the finished artistic product. They are devised to help anyone to make a theatrical scene using a piece of news from a newspaper, or from any other written material, like reports of a political meeting, texts from the Bible, from the Constitution of a country, the Declaration of Human Rights, etc. INVISIBLE THEATRE – To be a citizen does not mean merely to live in society, but to transform it. If I transform the clay into a statue, I become a Sculptor; if I transform the stones into a house, I become an architect; if I transform our society into something better for us all, I become a citizen. It is a direct intervention in society, on a precise theme of general interest, to provoke debate and to clarify the problem that must be solved. It shall never be violent since it aims to reveal the violence that exists in society, and not to reproduce it. IMAGE-THEATRE – Words are emptinesses that fill the emptiness (vacuum) that exists between one human being and another. Words are lines that we carve in the sand, sounds that we sculpt in the air. We know the meaning of the word we pronounce because we fill it with our desires, ideas and feelings, but we don’t know how that word is going to be heard by each listener. IMAGE THEATRE is a series of Techniques that allow people to communicate through Images and Spaces, and not through words alone. FORUM-THEATRE — Music is the organization of sound in time; plastic arts, the organization of colours and lines in the space; theatre, the organization of human actions in time and space. Theatre is a representation and not a reproduction of social reality. FORUM-THEATRE presents a scene or a play that must necessarily show a situation of oppression that the Protagonist does not know how to fight against, and fails. The spect-actors are invited to replace this Protagonist, and act out – on stage and not from the audience – all possible solutions, ideas, strategies.     RAINBOW OF DESIRES – Many concrete oppressions provoke serious damage inside our subjectivity and psychic life. Under the general title of Rainbow of Desire, there are fifteen Techniques – complex, but not complicated! – which help us to visualize our oppressions theatrically, and deal with them more clearly: no one interprets anything, but all participants offer the Protagonist the mirror of the multiple regards of the others.   LEGISLATIVE THEATRE – Theater is not enough to change reality; we all agree. Legislative Theatre is the utilization of all forms of the Theatre of the Oppressed to transform the citizens’ legitimate desires into Laws. After a normal Forum session, we create a space similar to a Chamber where laws are made, and we proceed to create a similar ritual of lawmaking, following the same official procedure of presenting Projects based on the spect-actors interventions, defending or refusing them, voting, etc. In the end, we collect the approved suggestions and try to put pressure upon the lawmakers to have those laws approved.   Augusto Boal, Rio de Janeiro 2004 (Via the International Theatre of the Oppressed Organisation)      

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