Michigan: A Quarantine Pod for Black Lives
Nov 11, 2020
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Acacophony of political voices rage in the news and on the streets as Black activists and artists fight for basic human rights. There is an urgency to participate in public protest or at least to connect with other artists doing engaged work. Yet writing, especially during the time of COVID-19 quarantine, has been primarily a solo act. I am a Black artist working in South East Michigan who yearns to connect with other storytellers to create new work through writing and devising.
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