Rhythm, Patterns & Craft: Black Women and Electronic Music

DJ Lynneé Denise, the 2022 Sterling A. Brown Visiting Professor of Africana Studies, is an artist, scholar, and writer whose work reflects on underground cultural movements, the 1980s, migration studies, theories of escape, and electronic music of the African Diaspora. Lynnée Denise coined the phrase ‘DJ Scholarship’ to re-position the… Continue reading »

With Deepest Respect and Gratitude

Here’s what we all owe bell hooks, beginning with me “…what she was was a genius. She was vulnerable and complex, sharp and unashamed of how she walked the world. And with courage, discipline and dedication, she carved out space for me to exist.” —DJ… Continue reading »

Flow Yoga with Quazzy

Monday, May 13, 2:00–3:00 pm Quazzy is an open-level Vinyasa and Hot Yoga Instructor, returning to Tasha Yoga for the second time, with a unique and diverse background. Quazzy has a passion for helping others and has high vibration energy and mellow mannerisms, which provides an easy going… Continue reading »

BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez

In BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez, Sanchez’s life unfolds in a documentary rich with readings and jazz-accompanied performances of her work. With appearances by Questlove, Talib Kweli, Ursula Rucker, Amiri Baraka, Haki Madhubuti, Jessica Care Moore, Ruby Dee, Yasiin Bey, Ayana Mathis, Imani Uzuri and Bryonn Bain, the… Continue reading »

NO! The Rape Documentary

NO! The Rape Documentary is a Ford Foundation-funded, award-winning, internationally acclaimed film that addresses the international atrocity of heterosexual rape and other forms of sexual violence through the experiences of Black people in the United States. NO! also examines how rape is used as a weapon of homophobia. Continue reading »

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