Oct. 8, 2004
U-M hosts performance of Glenda Dickerson's new work
DATE: 5 p.m. Oct. 29, 2004.
EVENT: Performance of "Sapphire's New Shoe: the Kitchen Table Summit."
The kitchen table summit takes place at the house of "Mama Rice." She has a starry array of dinner guests, including Condoleezza, her cousin Constance, Marian Anderson, Hannah Craft, Aunt Jemima, Black Pearl (a Liberian girl warrior), Edwidge Danticat and the ghosts of the Atlantic slave trade.
PLACE: Duderstadt Center's Video Studio
SPONSORS: U-M's Center for World Performance Studies, The Atlantic Studies Initiative, The Project for Transforming Thru Performing: re/placing Black womanly images, and the Ford Foundation.
WEB LINKS: Glenda Dickerson.
Contact: Joanne Nesbit