An Evening of Art and Conversation
about our Culture of Confinement
Wednesday, Dec 10, 6pm
at Urban Justice Center Human Rights Project
•Dr. William Jelani Cobb, UConn Professor and New Yorker contributor
•Bryonn Bain, Poet and New York University Professor
•Esther Armah, MSNBC Contributor
•Taneya Gethers-Muhammed, Brooklyn Public Library
•Lumumba Bandele, NAACP Legal Defense Fund
•Paloma McGregor, Dancer and Choreographer
•Moderator: Shani Jamila, Artist and Human Rights Project Director
Dance performances curated with Dancing While Black
Soundscape by DJ Jahsonic
Community partners include the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, NYU’s Prison Education Program, Angela’s Pulse and Articulations. Additional support is being provided by The Studio Museum of Harlem.
This event is open to all. A $15 donation is suggested, but no one will be turned away for a lack of funds. Please register below, a ticket is required.
To RSVP, please click here and fill out the form at the base of the page.
Urban Justice Center Human Rights Project
40 Rector Street (at West Street), Manhattan