Dunham Symposium on Black Lives Matter

18 May 2015 12:57 PM | Anonymous member
On behalf of the Institute for Dunham Technique Certification, we would like to invite you to attend the 2015 Dunham Symposium:

Black Lives Matter:

The Relevance of Katherine Dunham’s Legacy for Today’s Artist-Activists 

The Symposium will take place on Sunday, June 28, from 1-4pm in Tampa at the University of South Florida, Room TAR 249. Sign-in and refreshments will start at 12:30pm. This symposium is free and open to the public.

Katherine Dunham was an artist, activist, scholar, and educator who fought tirelessly against racism and discrimination throughout her life. She is a role model for today’s artist-activists, a source of inspiration as we come together to fight for racial justice in Tampa, Baltimore, New York, Ferguson, and across the country. Join us to learn more about her example and to develop tools to build a movement. Together, we can draw upon the strength of our past to create a better future. Please visit our website for more information:


In Solidarity,

Saroya Corbett, Joanna Dee Das, and Brittany Williams

2015 Dunham Symposium Co-Organizers

 Congress on Research in Dance  Emailinfo@cordance.org
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