For 35 years, the mission of EVIDENCE has been to promote understanding of the human experience in the African Diaspora through dance, music, history, and tradition to remind us of our individual and collective responsibility and liberation. 


The fact that art and social justice share a common foundation continues to push us forward in spite of the continuing turmoil of a global pandemic and nationwide protests against police brutality. Now more than ever we need each other and it is beneficial for us to find ways to call one another and see each other virtually, whenever we can. Social distance does not mean social disconnection. EVIDENCE continues to do the work that says: We know what’s right in our heart and we need to keep that front and center. 

Photo by: Ernesto Mancebo


October 18

Nō Studios Social Justice Summit 2020

Ronald K. Brown participates in the Arts Activism Panel 

November 12-14

CAP UCLA presents GRACE @ 20

three-day virtual celebration of this seminal work including an online screening, community class & community conversation

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"In a real sense, all life is inter-related. All men are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be, and you can never be what you ought to be until I am what I ought to be...  This is the interrelated structure of reality."

-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

MARCH excerpt (an excerpt of LESSONS) 1996 performance

Choreographed by: Ronald K. Brown

Performed by: Steven Washington & Ronald K. Brown



EVIDENCE, A Dance Company

1368 Fulton Street 

Brooklyn, NY 11216

In Partnership with:

The Joyce Theater


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