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Mad Cow Theatre, in partnership with Black Theatre Girl Magic, presents digital readings of five short plays by award-winning playwright, poet and changemaker, Idris Goodwin , to spark conversation about race in America for multi-generational audiences. Each of these short works, written to be read across the multi-generational spectrum, offer different insights about disconnects in racial conversation and the Black experience in America. Through the stories of others we reflect on our own. Since racism lives at the intersection of misinformation, ego and unchecked power, the arts must counteract by cultivating personal reflection, learning, conversation and compassion. More info on the playwright, Idris Goodwin : social media idrisgoodwin and website www.
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Black, Hispanic riding clubs keep cowboy identity alive after centuries of 'whitewashing'
Some experts have even argued that the term "cowboy" was first used exclusively to describe Blacks, as white owners often referred to Black slaves as "boys" -- a derogatory term. For slaves, there was more dignity and freedom in being a cowboy than in being a plantation or field worker. Still, cowboys were notoriously underpaid. Blacks made slightly less and Hispanics even less. The farther north you got, the whiter they got.
It was held Saturday night at the Reliant Center. The event serves as an avenue to raise thousands of dollars in scholarships for And, of course, she's awesome. Kelly--Founder and CEO of Ebony Horsewomen, a Hartford, CT-based non-profit organization that empowers youth to lead successful lives through the use of equine assisted growth, learning programs and activities.
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