Harmattan Theatre Project, May Joseph

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Cecilia Vicuña Photo by Daniela Aravena. © Image Courtesy of the artist.

Zero Chill Collective, Wendy V. Muñiz

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Project in Focus

Tomando Espacio

Lidia Henderson and Hannah Anousheh traveled to Puerto Rico in September 2019 to conduct interviews with Puerto Rican women at the forefront of recovery efforts on the islands, producing a video documentary entitled Tomando Espacio.

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Featured Essay

Retornar es Complicado: Immigrant Empowerment and Parenthood in the Afterlife of Deportation

By Perla M. Guerrero and Gretel Vera-Rosas

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Latest Event

Marking Time with Nicole Fleetwood, Mary Enoch Elizabeth Baxter and James Yaya Hough: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration

Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration examines the impact of mass incarceration on contemporary art and culture. Focusing on art made in US prisons and in collaboration with artists and activists across the nation, she explores various aesthetic practices of incarcerated artists who use penal space, penal matter, and penal time to produce art about carcerality.

Books & Articles

Book

Black Utopias

By Jayna Brown

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Book

Beyond the Pink Tide

By Macarena Gómez-Barris

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Book

Universal Tonality: The Life and Music of William Parker

By Francis Bradley

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