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Clear your calendar - It's going down! You're invited to join the conversation. Is queer culture still taboo in communities of color?
This L.I.R. Production partners with Boi Society for Boston Black Pride to engage in conversation about the experiences of queer people of color. We examine whether or not it's still taboo by hearing first-hand from those living it.
Come for the conversation, stay for the fun. This east meets west event ends with an afterparty where Boston women get to mingle with the Bois from Cali.
We promise this is an event not to miss!
Artist Wangechi Mutu (b. 1972, Nairobi, Kenya) is known for her self-proclaimed “maximalist aesthetic, ” hybrid compositions, and wall-based works that add texture and dimension to architectural spaces. Feminism, Afrofuturism, displacement, and marginal spaces figure in her catagorydefying collage and sculpture work.
From the Producers of: "40 & Under: What Do You Want to See in Boston?" comes a follow up event...
Venus meets Mars: Boston Black Millennials Dialogue on Love
Love is... So many things to us, so what is "Black Love"?
Join Boston Black Pride for a screening of The Passionate Pursuits of Angela Bowen. This film provides a window into the life of Angela Bowen who grew up in inner city Boston during the Jim Crow era. Bowen went on to become a classical ballerina, a legendary dance teacher, a black lesbian feminist activist organizer, writer, and professor. After the screening, join us for an intergenerational talkback.