Black History Month
A panel discussion exploring and celebrating the practice of musical response to racial tension and police brutality in the United States. Academics and artist alike will discuss recent examples of musical response during the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as the greater tradition of activism-through-music in America. Guest panelist: Gallatin Assistant Professor Kwami Coleman, Tisch Associate Professor and Academic Director Jason King, Staff writer for Jezebel Clover Hope, Rapper and Musician-Junglepussy with Moderation by Flavorwire music editor Matthew Ismael Ruiz.
A Gallatin Student Affairs/Life Black History Month Program: Dismantling the Master’s House: The Spectrum of Black Activism.