Revolutionary Black Women
Original Content • 1h 9m
Hosted by Artistic Director Tina Knowles Lawson, WACO Theater Center, in partnership with Newark Symphony Hall and Yendor Theatre Company present Revolutionary Black Women, a virtual discussion centering the role Black women play in movements of revolution. Using never before seen clips from the film adaptation of Black Terror, written by Richard Wesley, we
bring together a group of Black women activists, artists and scholars in conversation to ask: How have Black women impacted our social movements, and moved us closer toward liberation?
Hosted By: Tina Knowles Lawson
Featured Guests: Elaine Brown, Erin Michelle Washington, Marta Effinger-Crichlow, Michele Morgan, Taylor Edwards
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