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"Black Sound as Liberation Technology" ft. Camae Aweya, Anaïs Duplan, & Taylor Johnson

Presented by Center for African American Poetry and Poetics at Online/Virtual Space

Apr 04 2022
"Black Sound as Liberation Technology" ft. Camae Aweya, Anaïs Duplan, & Taylor Johnson

Event 1 in A CAAPP Black Study on Intimacy Part Two

Our spring series’ kickoff event featuring poet & artist Anaïs Duplan, musician Camae Ayewa aka Moor Mother, & poet Taylor Johnson. (Curated by CAAPP Graduate Student Assistant, K. Henderson.)

What is the connection between Black sounds and improvisation? How does improvised sound activate Black physical, mental, and spiritual freedom?

In the first event of A CAAPP Black Study on Intimacy Part Two, our guests will hold a conversation in creative practice on music, poetry, and other

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