Are there growing elements of Black/Brown international disability arts/Hip-Hop? Of course there are knowing that Black/Brown people are international who create art/Hip-Hop just like disability experience is international so we can say of course there are Black/Brown disabled people creating art & Hip-Hop internationally? The more relevant question is do we know about it, and if we do or don’t know about it why and how did we know about it or how can we highlight it so we, the big we, know about it? And how do we go from individual stories to a movement or is the movement already forming?
I, Leroy Moore will speak and share stories through music, poetry, interviews and visuals from US, Africa, Brazil, Spain and New Mexico creating network and terms what I calls Afro-Krip & Krip-Hop Nation. I will cover the history of Krip-Hop Nation on an international level through multi media and artistic expression like powerpoint, audio interview clips, Krip-Hop music videos and poetry/Hip-Hop at THE 17TH ANNUAL MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES ON ACCESS, INCLUSION & DISABILITY: The 2017 Ethel Louise Armstrong Lecture on Disability Art & Culture April 12th & 13th.
Where: At The Blackwell Inn- The Ohio State University’s Columbus Campus
When: April 12th at 3:30pm
Thanks Scott Lissner
Pic: Ohio State University’s Columbus Campus