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Field Conversations | The Aftermath: Supporting Black Arts Workers after the 2020 Racial Reckoning
Please join us for ACA’s first Field Conversation of the year, The Aftermath: Supporting Black Arts Workers after the 2020 Racial Reckoning. ACA’s President + CEO, Lisa Funderburke hosts a conversation with a panel of arts leaders, who are doing the essential work of supporting Black arts workers across the field:

*Dr. Samantha E. Erskine, Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston
​​*Quanice Floyd, Executive Director, National Guild for Community Arts Education
*Jeffreen M. Hayes, Ph.D., Executive Director, Threewalls
*Paul Rucker, Artist, Assistant Professor Virginia Commonwealth University, Executive Director of Cary Forward

The year 2020 was marked by platitudes and statements from organizations promising change for racial equity. Was there in fact a reckoning in the arts? Were these well-publicized pledges backed up with clear and consistent action? Are Black arts workers and artists receiving more support outside of your organization and within your professional communities? What can non-Black arts workers do to create true transformation?


ACCESSIBILITY: This session will be live-captioned and ASL interpreted. ACA is committed to providing full access to all. Please send accessibility inquiries and requests in your registration or to ACA staff will reach out to you to meet your accommodations.

The deadline for an accommodation request is March 6th.

Mar 15, 2023 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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