Our next show,
Radical Voices: The “Otherness” of Feminism
will be produced virtually on Zoom!
Saturday, Nov. 7th @ 8pm ET
This production will be a benefit for Sakhi for South Asian Women and Legal Momentum. The purpose of the show is to spotlight the voices of intersectional feminists.

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Feel free to call with questions:
(929) 266-8420

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There has been an uptick in reported domestic violence incidents. We want you to know if you are in a dangerous domestic situation, New York State will help you find safe shelter. You are not trapped just because of COVID-19. If there is an issue where you are in immediate harm, call 911. If you or someone you know needs help, call the State’s Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-942-6906.

For more specific domestic violence resources in other states, CLICK HERE.

Our in-person production of How We Love/F*ck is Cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.


We are Activists! We are Artists! We are Artivists!
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Have you ever been moved so deeply by a political cause or a social injustice that you simply had to join the fight?  4thU Artivists is on a mission to raise awareness and funds to help protect the over one billion women and girls affected by violence. Our vehicle is our creative projects (theater and dance productions, concerts, and art shows) presented under the auspices of the Fourth Universalist Society, a 501(c)(3) Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregation in New York City.

Check about our current  and past events, which began with the plays of the inspiring Eve Ensler and have grown to include the works of other powerful voices.

Learn  About Usa community of performers, creatives, healers, and communication professionals who volunteer their time in order to save lives.

Support our efforts by donating to the cause or join the fight and lend your energy to our next production.

Over 1 in 5 women of all ages in this country experience violence.  They could include your friends, family, and community members.


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