Patrisse Cullors, justice reform advocate and co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, takes to the stage to combat the silencing of black voices. Along with Seattle activist/writer C. Davida Ingram and a cast of eight to 10 community members, she'll facilitate the sharing of stories of "rampant incarceration and State violence" and their effect on the black community. Rich Smith saw the first incarnation of Power in 2016; he described: "Many of the details in the cast's stories revealed deep miscarriages of justice happening right here in our community, and almost all escalated as a result of trying to 'x' while Black. Trying to drive while Black in Seattle. Trying to exercise a right to assemble while Black. Trying to go to school while Black."