Land Acknowledgment

As part of working through the #WeSeeYouWAT demands, Flux has drafted a land acknowledgment for our website that we’ll also feature and share wherever we produce.:

Flux Theatre Ensemble has produced the majority of our plays on the Lenape island of Mannahatta in Lenapehoking, the Lenape homeland. Flux has also produced work on the lands of the Kizh, Tongya, and Chumash, colonially known as Los Angeles; on the lands of the Canarsie and Munsee Lenape, colonially known as Long Island City, Queens; and on the lands of the Lenni Lenape in Easton, PA. Every year, Flux holds our Annual Retreat at the Little Pond Arts Retreat, also on Lenni Lenape lands in Nazareth, PA. We honor the generations of stewardship Native peoples have given to the water, air, and land.

As Creative Partners, we’re also committed to fostering accountability relationships with Native peoples, not only where we make theatre, but also in places where we hold generational relationships. Through these accountability relationships, Flux supports the full sovereignty of Native peoples as well as movements like #LandBack and Justice for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women #MWIW. Flux will share more as we know more.

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