Sat, Jan 16 | Online Event

Black In Boulder

An online event featuring music, poetry and an organic moderated conversation with a panel of Boulder’s Black residents
Black In Boulder

Time & Location

Jan 16, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Online Event

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

Registration Required:  To register, CLICK HERE, Facebook Link

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. 

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