Category Africana Studies
Breai Mason-Campbell, Baltimore dancer, teacher, and community activist
Daphne Harrison Lecture and Performance
Thursday, April 7, 5:30 p.m.
Dance Cube, Performing Arts and Humanities Building Room 337
Bigotry and systemic injustice are characterized by emotional detachment and resistance to accountability. They are positioned at the polar ends of the spectrum we use to explain the disproportionate sufferings of Americans who are black. Thus, we remain confounded by a civic order that is unjust. By considering its power to broaden imaginations, reveal truths, and inspire empathy, this talk and dance performance will explore the ways in which Arts Education is poised to lead the way towards repairing relationships and lives in what will be the deciding years of the health of Baltimore. (Click heading for full description.)