WNYC recently presented a conversation with artists Carrie Mae Weems and LaToya Ruby Frazier and scholar Sarah Lewis at its Greene Space in downtown Manhattan. The topic was “Vision and Justice in Racialized America,” and it was part of “How I Got Over,” a talk series run by writer Rebecca Carroll, who moderated. The conservation was wide ranging, and included Frazier on the work she has shot in Braddock, Pennsylvania, Lewis on the issue of Aperture she recently edited, and Weems on many of her projects. Among the other topics discussed: the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Trevor Noah, Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard’s recent holiday special on Fox, and many, many more topics. Below, a video of the full panel via WNYC.
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