Soul Claps in the Sanctuary: Transcendence, Transformation and Chosen Family in Black Queer Spaces in the 80’s & 90’s
Wednesday, October 28
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Free | Online | Open to the Public
Virtual conversation with DJ Scholar, Lynnee Denise, in conversation with Dr. Marlon Bailey exploring Black music and performance as radical sonic landscapes of Black liberation.
Together they will share their perspectives on Black feminism, the cultural politics of Blues and Techno music, and Ballroom dance in Detroit.
DJ Scholar, Writer, Artist
Marlon Bailey, PhD.Women & Gender Studies, SST
ASU Center for the Study of Race and Democracy
ASU School of Social Transformation
ASU Performance in the Borderlands
Herberger College of Design & Arts