Presented in conjunction with We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85, this panel reflects on the contributions of Rodeo Caldonia High Fidelity Performance Theater, the black feminist performance collective founded in Brooklyn in the mid-1980s. Panelists include Lisa Jones, co-founder and writer-director; Alva Rogers, co-founder and lead performer; Lorna Simpson, artist; and Derin Young, musical director and sound artist. The panel is moderated by scholar and poet Eve Ewing.
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