Juneteenth, 2021 Forum on Anti-Black Racism

Carolyn Lett
The Roeper School presents
JUNETEENTH
An evening of education, exploration and action
 
A virtual forum on Anti-Black Racism
Saturday, June 19th 2021   6pm to 7:30pm
 
To register your attendance, click here.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE is June 18 at 5:00pm
Once registered, a confirmation email will be sent containing information about joining the webinar.
Acknowledging Collective History & Celebrating Milestones: Art as Resistance & Resilience
Featuring special guest Tawana Petty and featuring a celebrated group of Roeperian artists and performers.

Tawana Petty: National Organizing Director for Data for Black Lives and co-founder and director of Petty Propolis, a Black woman led artist incubator, primarily focused on cultivating visionary resistance through poetry, literacy and literary workshops, anti-racism facilitation, and social justice initiatives. Petty Propolis organizes an annual art festival and artist retreat in historic Idlewild, Michigan.

Roeperian Performers and Tributes:
Asajj Allen ‘25
Breeana Blackmon ‘11
Roscoe Boyd ‘98               
Chazara Clark-Smith ‘94
Cynthia Harris and Family – Adam ’17, Alisa ’22
Qiana Lillard ‘94
Dwayne McDuffie ’80
Sara Porter ‘95
Olacoy Robinson ‘95
Michael Ruddy, Roeper Faculty
Heather Joy Thompson ‘95
 
We hope you will enjoy us for this important event!
Sponsored in part by the Lori A. Lutz Visiting Artist Series and the Roeper Annual Fund Campaign.
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