In this three-part series, guest scholars, educators, artists, writers, activists, and cultural workers engage in public dialogues exploring themes of black female identity in mainstream culture.

The third panel, “Beyond Binaries and Boxes: Deconstructing and Re-envisioning Black Feminism(s),” asks you to reframe and reenvision black feminism(s) to include creativity, abundance, and collective liberation in the twenty-first century. Participants include Tanya Fields, activist for food justice and economic development; Florence Noel, Northeast Director of Girls Who Code; Jamilah Lemieux, Journalist and Editor of; and Aiesha Turman, Executive Director of Black Girl Project.

This event took place at the Brooklyn Museum on Saturday, November 15, 2014.


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