A collection student research from Delio Vásquez's course, “The Black Panther Party: History and Theory of a Political Movement," about regional Black Panther Party chapters.
When hands are placed over hearts reverence, who is this anthem for, and what does it represent for our present? A reimagining on violin.
The thirds installment of "A Seat at Our Table," featuring “Fashion Activism: The Politics of Dress During the Civil Rights Movement” by Taylor Haynes, “Aretha Franklin's R-E-S-P-E-C-T-ability Politics: Hair, Music, and Activism” by Kayla Perez, “Redefining "Femininty": How Black, Queer Women Musicians Subvert Expectations of Womanhood” by Nina Ahmadi, and “Hip-Hop, Black Masculinity, and Sexuality--Frank Ocean and Tyler the Creator” by Sean Salmons.
How do portrayals of Black women in the 1990s cinema reimagine the journey of self-discovery and healing?