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The Race, Arts and Democracy series underscores the vital connections between race, the arts and the work to sustain, imagine, understand and document democracy. Programs feature acclaimed and emerging artists in and beyond the United States whose work illuminates the complexities of race and the possibilities of democracy. This innovative CSRD program series explores the power of creativity and how the arts enable us to see and learn more together about justice, access and equity, civil rights, economic inequality and the multifaceted work to achieve social justice in our world today.
Soul Claps in the Sanctuary: Transcendence, Transformation and Chosen Family in Black Queer Spaces in the 80’s & 90’s
Daring Democracy: A Student Workshop
Feminist Futures in the Borderlands
|Introducing Carolina Aranibar-Fernandez |
Race, Arts & Democracy Fellow, 2020-2021
Wednesday, September 16
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Free | Online | Open to the Public