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Laverne Malcolm

Last updated: August 29, 2022

My name is Laverne Malcolm. I have been a client of PASAN since 2010, and a member of the Confluence Arts Collective theatre group since 2019. I have participated in many activities and programs around HIV/AIDS, and done many presentations around Visioning Health. I’ve faced many battles with plenty of addictions, which I have managed to control. I am proud of myself for the battles I’ve managed to conquer, and I have become a big supporter around Outreach plus Harm Reduction. As of May 2022, I am now employed, sober, and proud of what I’ve conquered and accomplished. I can stand alone and be strong for myself.  

Projects & initiatives

  • Stages essay © Amber Williams-King resource

    Stages of Transformation

    This expansive new digital resource brings together artists and creative communities from across so-called Canada to explore the imperatives of abolition movements and their applications to our work in the theatre sector. 

  • Laverne-charlene-april credit amina-mohamed © Amina Mohamed interview

    Theatre as Healing for Formerly Incarcerated Women

    A conversation on the roles art can play as healing for women with lived experience of incarceration. With Amina Mohamed, Charlene Chapman, April Labine and Laverne Malcolm.

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