NYWIFT Talks: ‘Making a Way Out of No Way’: The Importance of Amplifying BIPOC and Black Women Voices with Visionary New York Media Arts Organizations, 2/24
2/24 NYWIFT Talks: ‘Making a Way out of No Way’: The Importance of Amplifying BIPOC and Black Women Voices with Visionary New York Media Arts Organizations
Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2021, 5:00 PM
This event features SMS Faculty Michelle Materre.
In this week’s NYWIFT Talks, we return with part 2 of our conversation with NY Media Arts Organization that represent diverse artists. Learn how Black Public Media, Third World Newsreel, Manhattan Neighborhood Network, Creatively Speaking, and Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series have continued to push their mission to amplify Black and BIPOC voices who have been battling against marginalization outside the mainstream.
Join us for this discussion with Carolyn A. Butts, Leslie Fields-Cruz, JT Takagi, Michelle Materre, and Victoria Bert.
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