The Racial Imaginary

“One way to know you’re in the presence of – in possession of, possessed by – a racial imaginary is to see if the boundaries of one’s imaginative sympathy line up, again and again, with the lines drawn by power.”
Claudia Rankine

In this session Roj Amedi, Denise Chapman, Genevieve Grieves and Odette Kelada upack the practice of racial literacy and discuss the impact of race and place in one’s imagination, work and storytelling.

 

Released Tuesday 29 October

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