This two-part virtual conversation held in collaboration with Art+Action, YBCA and Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) will take place LIVE on Tuesday, May 19 and Tuesday, May 26 from 4-5:15pm (PST) on YBCA and MoAD’s Facebook pages.
About: To insist upon being seen and heard is an act of resistance. Telling one's story, recording a community’s legacy, and creating visual representations of one’s ancestry are methods of resisting erasure. During these two conversations, the participants seek to answer questions including: How do we cite and honor our existence? How do we ensure our labor is acknowledged and our stories are heard for us to receive our fair share—both in civic and artistic arenas?
For more information about the See Black Women panel conversation visit: https://ybca.org/event/2020-see-black-women/