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McKelvey School of Engineering

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Livestream - Black Anthology 2022: Asifuye Mvua Imemnyeshea

Saturday, February 19, 2022 | 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Virtual Event

Black Anthology is dedicated to telling stories from across the Black diaspora. In keeping with that tradition, this year’s production explores issues of the diasporic divide, as well as navigating life within systems of oppression. Black Anthology is a student-written, choreographed, directed, and designed production with the goal of leaving the audience wrestling with questions of their own. This year, we ask: How am I shaped by the systems (and people) around me? How does one contend with/make sense of tradition in a changing society?

To sign up to receive more information about this virtual screening, please RSVP here. Preshow: 6:30pm on Facebook live. Livestream of the show to begin at 7pm.

Event Type

Concerts & Performances

Topic

Arts & Culture

Website

https://blackanthology.wustl.edu/even...

Hashtag

##blackanthology #blackhistorymonth #ba2022

Event Contact

black.anthology@gmail.com

Speaker Information

ABOUT BLACK ANTHOLOGY

Black Anthology was founded by Marcia Hayes-Harris in 1989 to provide a means of celebrating the history and progress of African-Americans. Since its creation, the program has been completely student-run, from script to set and costume design. As Black Anthology has grown, it has evolved from performances of compilations centered on pertinent literature to a full-length scripted play featuring music and dance performances about the Black experience locally and globally. Even with the changes in show format, Black Anthology remains dedicated to its purpose, and through achieving these goals, the program continues to thrive.

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