Saphia Suarez is a liberatory storyteller, telling her narratives through theater and film. When she writes and produces, she is particularly interested in leaders that are creating radical change and unearthing the power dynamics that are present in larger societal narratives. In her work, she asks herself how to support black leaders, how to use storytelling to shift culture, and how to invite people into that space.
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