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Dancing In Blackness, A Memoir- Book Reading
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Dancing In Blackness, A Memoir- Book Reading

Free and open to the public, readings of Halifu Osumare's "Dancing in Blackness, A Memoir".

5/17/2018 to 5/21/2018
When: Thursday, May 17, 2018
3:00 PM

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Book Readings
 of

 
Dancing in Blackness, A Memoir
in
New York on May 17, 18, & 21

ABOUT THE BOOK:
Halifu Osumare, author, dancer, and Professor Emerita of African American & African Studies at University of California, Davis, has written her globe-trotting, decades-spanning, deeply personal new memoir. Dancing in Blackness, A Memoir is the inspiring story of an accomplished dance artist and a world-renowned dance scholar who has boldly developed and proclaimed her identity as a black woman. Equal parts memoir, history, cultural analysis and catalog, Dancing in Blackness finds Osumare using her extraordinary experiences to reveal the overlooked ways that dance has been a vital tool in the black struggle for recognition, justice, and self-empowerment.

 DETAILS OF THE BOOK READINGS:

May 17, 3:00-5:00                New York City                        Hunter College, Roosevelt House -w/ Shakespeare & Co.
w/ Ntozake Shange                                                       WGS & English Departments            
 
May 18, 6:30-8:00                Harlem, NY                           Gavin Brown Gallery (127th St. location)
 
May 21, 7:30-9:00                Brooklyn, NY                        Greenlight Books-Urban Bush Women
w/ Jawole Willa Jo Zollar