Dancer and choreographer Halifu Osumare presents Dancing in Blackness: A Memoir with Ntozake Shange, who will read from Wild Beauty: New and Selected Poems. The event is part of the PhenomenalWomen@RH Series, and co-sponsored by the Women and Gender Studies Department, English Department, Dance Department, and Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College; IRCPL at Columbia University, and Shakespeare & Co.


About PhenomenalWomen@RH

PhenomenalWomen@RH is a new series bringing the voices, insights, and experiences of girls and women whose local, national and global activism, creativity, scholarship, and perspectives engage, provoke, and inspire innovative paths to social justice and public policy. PhenomenalWomen@RH is based at Roosevelt House and is co-sponsored by the Women and Gender Studies Department at Hunter College.

Dancing in Blackness, A Memoir | Posted on April 23rd, 2018 | Book Discussions, Public Programs