1.02.2019

Raise your fist for another season of 'Radical Cram School'

"Sesame Street for the resistance"



Our pal, performance artist and provocateur Kristina Wong, is in the throes of raising money for season two of Radical Cram School, her kid-centric, unscripted web series that empowers Asian American kids and all kids of color to embrace their identities, fight for social justice, and be the revolution. Think that's a bit too much for kids to handle? Just watch season one. Under Kristina's tutelage, these kids are going to save us all.



Radical Cram School was a conceived by a team of parents, educators, artists, comedians and activists as the kind of programming they wished they had as kids -- tools for combating the misogynit, xenophobic, and anti-immigrant rhetoric of today's political climate. Season 1 premiered in August 2018 to righteous acclaim, as well as considerable hate from all the kinds of people you certainly want to piss off.

You can help make another season of progressive, heartfelt, humorous content for kids. Season 2 of Radical Cram School promises even more timely, more inclusive programming to tackle even bigger issues our kids have to navigate: consent, gun violence, undocumented immigration, emasculation and civic participation.

The goal is raise $20,000 to cover production costs. For further information about Radical Cram School, and to make a pledge to support a second season of this revolutionary web series, head over to Seed & Spark.