Movements of Change: Dance, Liberation, and the Power of Aesthetics

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African & African American Studies, Stanford Center for Global Ethnography, History Department, Department of Anthropology
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Pre-recorded Online Video
Movements of Change: Dance, Liberation, and the Power of  Aesthetics

In this pre-recorded video, Aliyah Dunn-Salahuddin (History) will speak with Colette Eloi (UC Riverside/EL WAH Movement Dance Theater) and Joanna Haigood (Zaccho Dance Theater) about dance as a form of protest, the 1966 Hunters Point Bayview Uprising, and the work of aesthetics in movements for Black lives in the Bay Area and beyond. Follow the link below to watch the conversatoin on the Center's website.