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Watch black bodies in white spaces.

Black Bodies in White Spaces
Black History Walks
Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM (GMT)
(Actually Room B36 at the address above ) London, United Kingdom

Ticket Information
Performing Black Bodies in White Spaces Sat 17 November 5 to 8.30pm
Prompt start. 2 films, presentation, Q & A, and dance. Black history Walks run events on African history all year long.This event is repeated due to popular demand.Please note there is some swearing and 'daggering' in first film
Nov 17, 2012 Free (using link below)

Event Details
Performing Black Bodies in White Spaces: Films and talk to explore how African Descendants across the Diaspora use dance to celebrate their African beauty and heritage.Curated by and
This event is sponsored by National Association of Black Saturday Schools and Birkbeck, University of London
This event will start at 5pm, latecomers will miss out and may not get a seat
Admission free but must book via Eventbrite
Click here for map Room B36 is at location 1 and the entrance is on the Torrington Square side
A screening of films ‘Temporary Sanity: The Skerrit Boy Story’ that features Jamaican dance culture in New York. Followed by ‘Ebony Goddess: Queen of Ile Aiye’, about Brazilian women resisting European beauty standards with dance. The talk will be delivered by Nathalie Montlouis Phd student and guests who will explore the perception of African/Caribbean traditional and modern dance and their portrayal in the mainstream media; followed by discussion and performances by Caribbean dance group
2 minute video sample of dance section at previous event which sold out the 250 seat Peckham Multiplex
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