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Amara Tabor-Smith and Ellen Sebastian Chang's House/Full of Blackwomen
EastSide Cultural Center
Oakland, CA
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Amara Tabor-Smith and Ellen Sebastian Chang's House/Full of Blackwomen
House/Full of blackwomen is a performance ritual that addresses the displacement, well-being and sex-trafficking of black women and girls in Oakland performed as a series of Episodes in public spaces throughout Oakland until 2018.
This episode: the meaning of canaries  blurs the lines between dream time and wake time, ritual and theater, witness and testifier.  Guided by the oracles/writing of Audre Lorde the meaning of canaries asks  "how do we re/claim our bodies when we were never meant to survive?"


EastSide Cultural Center (View)
2277 International Blvd
Oakland, CA 94606
United States



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