Sat, Jan 16|
Black In Boulder
An online event featuring music, poetry and an organic moderated conversation with a panel of Boulder’s Black residents
Time & Location
Jan 16, 2021, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
About the Event
You are invited to Black in Boulder An online event featuring music, poetry and an organic moderated conversation with a panel of Boulder’s Black residentsSaturday, January 16, 20215:00-6:30pm
In celebration of Martin Luther King Day, an intriguing multigenerational lineup of Black folks come together to share their thoughts and feelings about living in Boulder while Black, past and present. In Boulder’s predominantly white community, the experiences of Black people differ significantly from white people. For various reasons and despite the challenges, some Black people stay, some leave and some go on to raise their families in Boulder. Sharing their experiences, panelists Annett James, Briannah Hill, Pedro Silva, Thomas Windham and Cinque Mason will engage their stories and conversation, moderated by Michele D. Simpson.
Music by Selasee Atiase, Poetry by Norma Johnson
Organizers: Selasee Atiase (Visioneer), Michele D. Simpson, Norma Johnson, Nii Armah Sowah
Videographer: Musa Starseed
This event is funded in part by grants from the City of Boulder’s Boulder Arts Commission and the Human Relations Commission.
Please Join Us!