Helped Turn ‘Good Trouble’s’ Zuri Adele Into an On-Screen Activist

Helped Turn ‘Good Trouble’s’ Zuri Adele Into an On-Screen Activist

Patrisse Cullors has been at the forefront of the fight against injustices against black people killed by police officers. In fact, it’s a cause Cullors, one of the founders of Black Lives Matter (BLM), takes on every day with such vigor, even Hollywood took notice… The Black Lives Matter co-founder is the driving force behind how the new Freeform series ‘Good Trouble’ authentically brings the movement to life.

Using Performance Art to Confront Exhaustion

LA Times | Using Performance Art to Confront Exhaustion

Patrisse Cullors has been immersed in art, exploring the intersection of performance and activism while earning her MFA from USC’s Roski School of Art and Design. She turned her exhaustion as a source of inspiration for her April thesis show, “Respite, Reprieve and Healing: An Evening of Cleansing.” Last June, she performed the work again at Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica.