FOCUS Families presents:”Color Blind,” a play by Sincere

Saturday, April 20
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm EST
Indianapolis Liberation Center

Ages 18+
Admission: $7.00 online; $10 at the door

Purchase your tickets here!

FOCUS Families Initiative, IDOCWatch, and the Liberation Center present “Color Blind,” a play written and directed by Sincere, a formerly incarcerated woman who is an active organizer with all three organizations. Sincere initially wrote the play for the “Black History Program 2019 Skit” while in captivity at Rockville Correctional Facility. However, the prison administration censored the play and denied her ability to execute it because it was “too real.”

Finally, a little over five years later, the debut of “Color Blind” is here! If that wasn’t enough, the play’s cast includes:

  • Connor Willis
  • Stephen Lane
  • Cecelia Gomez
  • Ben Tracy
  • Queene L.
  • Bridget O’Reilly
  • Littlejohn Faulkner

We invite you to enjoy the political entertainment and subsequent discussion on how deeply racism is interwoven in our environmental perceptions, social relations, and cultural traditions. Get your tickets now!

About the Director and Playwright

Despite being incarcerated for almost a decade, Sincere has become a published writer and certified chef. While locked up, she secured an Indiana State University Associate’s degree in psychology and is pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in psychology with a focus on addictions from Walden University. In her own words, “My life my own desires is to help others who have been through what I’ve been through dealing with [an] unjust system, the systematic racism within the system, [and] to some extent breaking down barriers by utilizing my gifts and my talents in my community… Upholding [my] core value beliefs and standing on them.”