Scholars Robin D. G. Kelley (USC/UCLA), Jacqueline Stewart (Northwestern University), and Daniel Widener (UCSD) discuss black artists in Southern California through history, and the role of geography, migration, and economics in creating the potent mix that produced the black arts movement. Moderated by Now Dig This! curator Kellie Jones.
In conjunction with the exhibition Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960–1980.
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