Sun, Feb 28 | Zoom

Local MeanTime: Unpacking Systemic Racism in the Music Industry

A discussion on identifying systemic anti-Black racism in the music industry, highlighting lived experiences, and forecasting/backcasting the future(s).
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Local MeanTime: Unpacking Systemic Racism in the Music Industry

Time & Location

Feb 28, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Zoom

About the Event

A discussion on identifying systemic anti-Black racism in the music industry, highlighting lived experiences, and forecasting/backcasting the future(s). 

Featuring an overview of how to identify systemic racism by Rasheedah Phillips, with panel discussion with Moor Mother, DeForrest Brown, Jr., and Yvette Janine Jackson (other guests may be announced).

Price: $11 (+ free admission to Black Grandmother Paradoxes workshop)

Event is part of Local Mean Time  -  BQF Black History/Futures Month Calendar

Meantime (n; adverb) the time before something happens or before a specified period ends

Mean time (n;) - time that is based on the motion of the theoretical mean sun

Safe(r) Time Statement: BQF events create a spacetime that privileges the experiences and temporalities of Black folx. People will be swiftly booted and banned from futures events for any intentional disrespect, misogynoir, anti-Blackness, transphobia, ableism, or ageism towards Black, queer, trans, or youth folx.

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