Martha Redbone, considered one of the most important voices in music today, in a special live recording at BRIC. The intimate performance will be a musical exploration reflecting on how the Indigenous and African American women leaders and the urban Native community in Lenapehoking are coping with COVID-19 – with references paying respect to the centennial of the Suffragette’s movement and women’s right to vote, past and present.
In honor of Native American Heritage month and the Centennial of the Suffragette’s Movement and Women’s Right to Vote. This performance will include excerpts of readings as well as a conversation with 651’s DPCC Monica L. Williams and Martha Redbone interwoven with song and music.
Founded in Brooklyn, NY in 1988, the mission of 651 ARTS is to deepen awareness of and appreciation for contemporary performing arts and culture of the African Diaspora, and to provide professional and creative opportunities for artists of African descent while simultaneously presenting international and regional works in dance, music, multi-media and theater.
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