Charlotte Brathwaite’s Only When It’s Dark Enough Can You Presented As Part Of Leila Weifur's Four-Part Film Series New Labor Movements

Contemporary filmmakers explore acts of movement as a profound catalyst for societal and individual change in American and Black life.

 

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New Labor Movements

In Weefur's own words, the program explores  "Blackness as more than the sum of all Black bodies, more than the historical trauma, and greater than the constancy of unrest under dissent."

Look for New Labor Movements' Movement IV. Creation/Emergenceonline only from February 16 to 18 via the Roxie Theater. 

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