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Embrace the Experience!

TAKE NOTES: The Black Panther Panel Discussion Series

TAKE NOTES: The Black Panther Panel Discussion Series
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This series embraces the sociocultural importance of the film and all involved through the thoughts and interpretations of artists and scholars speaking on this popular culture’s possibilities and opportunities for our communities’ futures.

 

I. African Diasporic Culture of Wakanda 1 – The Art Plus
Power Plant Building, Suite 100 – 320 Blackwell Street
American Tobacco Campus
Saturday, February 24, 10 am

 

II. Women of Wakanda
Arcana – 331 W. Main Street
Tuesday, March 6, 6:30 pm

 

III. Writers of Wakanda
Hayti Heritage Center – 1709 Fayetteville Street
Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 pm

 

IV. African Diasporic Culture of Wakanda 2 – The Music Plus
The Vault at The Palace International – 1104 Broad Street
Saturday, March 24, 2 pm

 

V. Science and Technology of Wakanda – Afrofuturism as STEAM
Stanford L. Warren Library – 1201 Fayetteville Street
Tuesday, April 3, 6:30 pm

 

Jamila Davenport – Angel Dozier – Erika+Jamal of FOCSI – Malcolm Goff – Vicki B. Wicked –
Nadjib Assani – Danny Quick – LA Chesson – Kenya Harris (Duke) – Omisade Burney – Scott
Quin Melvin – Nyles Perry – Solomon Burnette – Zayd Shakur – Aya&Teli Shabu
Pierce Freelon – Chanel Nestor – Dr. Caesar Jackson (NCCU) – Dr. Jamila Simpson (NCSU)
Darrell Stover (NCSU) – Lex-Jordan Ibegbu – Dare Coulter

 

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