Zanele Muholi Exhibition at WCMA

February 1, 2014 – April 27, 2014 South African visual activist Zanele Muholi’s photographs and videos are intimate portrayals of black lesbians, queers, and transmen. Muholi’s work celebrates members of LGBTI communities and sheds light on the implications of being black and… Continue reading »

Sydney Pitts-Adeyinka – Blog: My Péché Mignon

  Sydney Pitts-Adeyinka with dancer Martin Lofsnes, artistic director of the 360° Dance Company, after his Dialogues in Dance performance, WCMA, April 4 2012.   Check out Senior Sydney Pitts-Adeyinka’s (’12) recent blog entitled My Péché Mignon, described as a blog that covers “your daily guilty pleasure via… Continue reading »

Fambul Tok: The Power of Forgiveness

Africana Studies presents a film screening of Fambul Tok, in which victims and perpetrators of Sierra Leone’s brutal civil war come together for the first time since the conflict to commit an act that is as astonishing as it is simple: they forgive one another. Reviving an ancient, traditional… Continue reading »

Charles Neville Performs!

Grammy Award winning saxophonist Charles Neville, of the legendary New Orleans based Neville Brothers Band, has the most diverse musical background of his family members. His experience on saxophone has included rhythm & blues, funk, jazz, be-bop, popular and Caribbean… Continue reading »