Repost from Women in the World. Samina Ali interviews Pratibha Parmar, who most recently directed Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth, celebrating the first African-American woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. Parmar speaks about retelling Walker’s words. Read more at Women in the World.
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By Mariame Kaba and Andrea Smith, reposted from Prison Culture Before writing this piece, we thought about whether we should bother. Was this a discussion worth engaging? Ultimately, we decided that we had some thoughts to share and that it … Continue reading
Reposted from Unsettling America: Decolonizing in Theory and Practice Transformative art is rule-breaking art, all the more so when addressing the obsolete norms, values and laws hindering Indigenous rights and Decolonizing Gender. For the purposes herein, Decolonizing Gender is defined … Continue reading
The New Africa Center, formerly known as the Museum for African Art, threw itself a grand launch party last Thursday in Harlem. The new institution will continue to focus on art, but also on the pressing issues and opportunities of … Continue reading