Music for Abolition: Artist Panel w/ Curator Terri Lyne Carrington
Music for Abolition, directed and curated by Terri Lyne Carrington, is a project bringing together musicians across a variety of genres to create a soundtrack—and provide a heartbeat—to our shared struggle for abolition.
Abolition Beyond: (Re)Enacting Revolution
Dread Scott's recent large-scale art project, Slave Rebellion Reenactment, was a community-engaged performance reenacting the largest rebellion of enslaved people in U.S. history. Prof. Gray, UC Davis, will join him in conversation about art, revolution, and reenactments.
Abolition Beyond the State
Visualizing Abolition continues with Eric Stanley, Zoé Samudzi, and Sadie Barnette.
Visuality and Carceral formations with Nicole Fleetwood, Herman Gray Nicholas Mirzofeff
The third event in the Visualizing Abolition series brings together visual and cultural theorists Nicole Fleetwood, Herman Gray and Nicholas Mirzoeff to consider the roles of visual culture in normalizing mass incarceration and the racist brutalities of policing within the social landscape and political vision of America.