by Ben Mendelsohn
FEB 2015 | Film
This line marks the final moments of William Greavess deeply affecting 1968 television documentary, Still a Brother: Inside the Negro Middle Class.The film, a portrait of black political and economic aspiration during some of the most dramatic moments of the civil rights movement, screened as part of a Greaves retrospective at the Brooklyn Academy of Musics Migrating Forms festival in December.
by Ivan Talijancic
OCT 2016 | Dance
The summer may be on its way out, but things are really just revving up in nora chipaumire’s fantasy boxing ring. Decked out in all manner of protective gearfrom imposing shoulder pads borrowed from American football paraphernalia to African medicine belts snaking their way around her waistshe is ready to duke it out with the superhero avatar of her absentee father, conjured up from scarce evidence: elusive childhood recollections, an old identity card, and hearsay.