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Nov 18: Brother to Brother



Brother to Brother

a panel discussion with Thomas Allen Harris, Lenelle Moïse, & Bill Wright

Monday, November 18
6 pm

The Institute of African American Affairs (IAAA) at NYU presents a semester-long series (see also Sister to Sister on December 9th) of lectures, poetry readings, and film screenings with key figures, as well as emerging stars, of the LGBT intelligentsia. At a time when LGBT issues are openly being considered in mainstream consciousness, it prompts us to rethink the boundaries and conceptual paradigms surrounding the production of cultural knowledge from the perspectives of LGBT artists, scholars and activists. These conversations will be an exploration into the many LGBT narratives that examine and reveal perceptions, attitudes, continuous negotiations or renegotiations, and creative systems of survival.

20 Cooper Square, 7th Floor

Space is limited. Please RSVP to IAAA at 212-998-IAAA (4222).

For more information & updates please visit IAAA.

Co-sponsored by the NYU Center for the Study of Gender & Sexuality and the Institute of African American Affairs.



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*** SPRING 2018 EVENTS ***

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May 4, Friday
4 to 6 pm

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NYC