Welcome to V-Season 2020. Raise the Vibration.
The V-Day global activist movement to end violence against all women and girls (cisgender, transgender, and those who hold fluid identities) is more active than ever. Activists globally produce art for social change, activating their communities & colleges and raising crucial funds for survivors by supporting rape crisis centers & domestic violence shelters, local programs for transgender youth at risk of sexual violence, incarcerated women, & immigrant women and girls, just to name a few. Rising in Solidarity, One Billion Rising, activists take their actions out of the theater and into the streets. And the revolutionary leadership work at City of Joy continues to thrive, with over 1300 women graduates to date.
SAY IT. STAGE IT. Produce a V-Day Benefit of The Vagina Monologues; A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer or our new event Raise The Vibration as an Artistic Uprising at your college/university, in your community. Registration for V-Day benefit performances are now open below for the 2020 season.
One Billion RISING: Revolution 2020 - RISE in your community, for your community
City of Joy: Turn Pain to Power – Screen the Documentary, Support the Women in DR Congo
Performances of TVM, MMRP and Raise The Vibration must be between 1 February - 8 March ONLY. If you would like to purchase rights to host a performance outside of these dates, please visit eveensler.org/plays/the-vagina-monologues/.
When women take the stage, incredible things happen, as their issues are voiced and confronted for all to see and hear.
SPOTLIGHT UPDATE: There will NOT be a specific spotlight campaign in 2020. Instead, we ask that activists donate 100% of your proceeds to a group or groups in your community who are doing anti-violence work at rape crisis centers and domestic violence shelters, groups working with incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women, with refugee women, and with women affected by climate catastrophe. Research and support groups on the front line in your community, serving survivors who have been traditionally marginalized or made vulnerable to violence due to current socio-political conditions.
Any questions? Please contact campaigns (at) vday.org.