March 18th 2017
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture
551 S Tryon St, Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
The Black female body has a long history of being subjugated through slavery and medical science. This roundtable discussion will focus on what progress has been made to reclaim the physical body and identity of black women.
The panel features black women who lend historic, artistic, medical and spiritual perspective, including:
Marcia Jones – Visual/Performance artist
Michaela Pilar Brown – Visual/Performance artist
Morgan Maxwell – Researcher and Health Prevention specialist.
Roni Nicole Henderston – Photographer/Filmmaker
Lashaya Howie – Scholar of Af. Am. Studies and Anthropology
Kelley Carboni-Woods – Author and Yoga instructor.
The panel will be moderated by Stacey Rose, a Charlotte/New York based theatre artist whose work focuses on Black identity and the dilemma of the “other.”
See copy of live stream here!