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InCarter G. Woodson established Black History Week as an opportunity to commemorate and honor the rich history and achievements of people of African descent in the United States. Induring Bicentennial celebrations, the week became a month, and has been celebrated since across the United States.

Western Washington University is proud to celebrate during February with a calendar of events across the university, organized and sponsored by a variety of organizations, departments, and clubs. Saturdays: Feb. Produced for Radio Smithsonian. First aired inthe specials have been reformatted into six hours for Through interviews, historical airchecks, comedy, drama, and music, the series reveals the remarkable correlation between milestones of Black radio programming and African American culture.

Among other topics the series explores the role of radio during the great migration of Blacks from the South, trail-blazing Black DJs and stations, and Black radio during the Civil Rights movement. We are living in questions and conversations about ability. Viking Athletics has gathered stories from their archives and conducted insightful podcast interviews with former and current Black student athletes. Read and listen on the Viking Athletics website. We engage in deep listening with our dance communities.

Go to The Dance Union web to listen to episodes about anti-racist and social justice issues in the dance field. All are encouraged to jump in and learn from this vital resource. Negarra A. Kudumu presents on a group of contemporary Black artists including Simone Leigh, who has been selected as the first Black woman to ever represent the U.

This performance features percussionist Rudy Royston; find out more and get connection information on the College of Fine and Performing Arts event. They have created a game highlighting Black history using Kahoot and will show a brief video with discussion afterwards. These stories come from The Kitchen Sisters collection -- stories of Black pioneers, self-made men and self-taught women, neighborhood heroes and visionaries. People who said, "yes we can" and then did.

She began her dance training in classical ballet at the Jones-Haywood School of Ballet. She was torn between becoming a professional dancer or an attorney specializing in the arts. Robinson has also performed at the televised Kennedy Center Awards. Robinson hit one of the chandeliers while performing. In their season, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater celebrated Robinson's 25th year with the company; her tenure is the longest of any female dancer in the company's history. Upon her retirement with her final performance with the company on 9 Decembershe was the last company member to have worked with its founder, Alvin Ailey, as well as being the only dancer to have performed with all three of the company's artistic directors inclusive of Artistic Director Emeritus Judith Jamison and Jamison's successor, Robert Battle.

This performance features lead trumpet player Tanya Darby. Shirley Jo Finney will discuss her body of work as a professional director and the role it has played in shaping her as an artist. A lyric poem, snapshots, vignettes, on the acts of everyday racism. Remarks, glances, implied judgments. More information about Trey and his group, Sounds of Zamar, can be found at treymclaughlin. For more information, contact Angela Kasperassistant professor of Music.

A diverse and thought-provoking assortment of films will be offered that are made and led by Black filmmakers from different time periods. Screenings are offered through Walking old black women sex dining local events Teleparty where attendees can chat with other viewers.

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A Netflix subscription is required. One evening inMontrealer Kenrick McRae was pulled over by police. So, after having the dealership verify his lights were in fact working fine, Kenrick got another light and mounted it himself to make sure he would never be given the same reason again.

But he still was. In fact, no matter how scrupulous he is, Kenrick, who is Black, says he has been stopped by Montreal police multiple times. After Kenrick's girlfriend filmed him being handcuffed and detained during a traffic stop one night inhe lodged a formal complaint with Quebec's police ethics committee, determined to prove that what's happening to him is because of the color of his skin. This is the story of one person's ongoing experience of racial profiling by police, and how it has undermined every facet of his life.

Smitherman was a Tulsa lawyer and newspaper editor. The seminar will focus on pre-circulated drafts, followed by a roundtable conversation among participants. To receive an electronic copy of the paper, please contact Alex Patterson. This event is arranged by Dr. The Jazz Studies Program faculty at Western are working on three video recording collaborations with internationally renowned artists celebrating the compositions of Billy Strayhorn which will be available for viewing mid-February. Michael Crusoe is the former principal timpanist of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, a position he held for 37 years.

Crusoe can be heard with the Seattle Symphony on the critically acclaimed Delos label recordings directed by Gerard Schwarz. This performance features trumpeter, pianist, and composer Justin Copeland. Racial threat continues to be a primary issue facing Black Americans in the United States.

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Specifically, the threat of police violence looms large and constant for many young Black people, especially during this COVID moment. Yet, little is known about how young Black Americans' experiences with threat shape their political attitudes and responses. In this project, Jenn M. Specifically, they are concerned with how socialization with trauma, racial violence, and other threats shapes the daily perceptions of and responses to policing in the United States including the surveillance and carceral logics which order and facilitate public spaces. Jackson finds that young Black women are the most concerned about threats like policing when compared to other groups.

Moreover, they find that mainstream media's emphasis on police killings of cisgender heterosexual Black men often shapes political attitudes about the ificance and likelihood that Black women will be harmed by police. Jackson refers to this process as intersectional threat or threat that operates based on social location and orientation to power. Thus, in this talk, Jackson presents new findings and data which help to address the various ways that young Black Americans confront and navigate racial threat in today's complex political world.

Her music freely navigates between African American improvisatory and folk idioms and contemporary concert practices. Toulmin Foundation commissioning grants for female composers for her operas and orchestral works. Okoye is a board member of Composers Now!

She holds a B. Since graduating from the Savannah College of Art and De, he has been fully immersed in the world of art direction, graphic and motion de, photography, typography, creative consulting, and most recently entrepreneurship. Outside of motion de, he has collaborated both in front of and behind the camera with several brands including Mr. In he founded For The Culture Club — a brand of content and goods with an emphasis on quality and thoughtful de from a Black perspective.

This guest lecture is being provided by the WWU De department. Born four decades apart, the two artists come from different artistic backgrounds. They have strong personal visions and distinct individual voices, but their shared commitment to art and social justice brings them together. In their dialogue, Bereal and Bennett will discuss the artistic and social challenges of today. It is meant as a free-flowing exchange that may lead anywhere. Thorsen gives us insight on this iconic literary giant and civil and gay rights activist, along with the back story on the development of the film.

They will lead a discussion about the issues presented in the film and share how the hip-hop vocabulary was generated, as participants learn the choreography that tells the story of injustice. Offered by WWU Dance. In this Embodied Intersectionality Workshop, we will center and affirm opportunities to cultivate empathy and connection through embodied storytelling, engaged journaling, and deep listening.

We will collaborate to create a safe space in which we collectively interrogate, reflect upon, and witness those places where our individual identities intersect and overlap. When viewed through a lens of social justice, intersectionality investigates how intersecting power relations influence social relations across diverse societies Walking old black women sex dining local events well as individual experiences in everyday life - examples of these may be of race, class, gender, sexuality, ability, ethnicity, and age; how they are interrelated and mutually shape one another.

It is my hope that we will begin our explorations somatically - from a more internal first-person perspective - to create a bridge to collective understanding of those places where our individual aspects connect. We will embody, write, discuss, share, and breathe together. Respect, community, and kindness will be key to our collaboration. Joe Bowie was born in Lansing, Michigan and began dancing, on a dare, while a sophomore in college. After graduating, he moved to New York City to pursue a dance career and danced professionally for more than twenty-five years - dancing and touring domestically and internationally with both the Paul Taylor Dance Company and the Mark Morris Dance Group.

In addition to performing, he has devoted his time to teaching, and has given master classes in Modern and Contemporary Dance technique at several colleges, conservatories, and universities throughout the United States. As a senior company member of the Mark Morris Dance Group, Bowie was given the opportunity to set and stage the works of Mr.

Bowie earned his A. Louis, Senegal. From this position, the same one held by her mother, Dr. She also received an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Wesley College. King will share her thoughts with more than college and university campuses through National Society of Leadership and Success.

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