Lunch and Learn: Rashida K. Braggs and "Runnin' to Grace"
Join Professor Rashida K. Braggs and the Davis Center as we share and discuss Bragg’s film, “Runnin’ to Grace.”
About: “Runnin’ to Grace” is a multi-part performance that foregrounds the experiences, emotions, and strategies of interdisciplinary scholar-performer Rashida K. Braggs as a Black faculty member surviving the double pandemic of systemic racialized violence and Covid-19. Braggs archives photos, videos, songs, phrases, events, and dance throughout the year of March 2020 to March 2021 and translates them into her multidisciplinary solo performance.
WHEN: Thursday 10-28-2-21 @ 12pm (est)
WHERE: Jenness House livingroom (10 Morley Drive)
Image Description: On a black background with white and yellow text. The photo is of the shadows of a pair of legs in early spring–a screenshot from the film. It gives details of when the event is, which is Thursday 10-28-2021 at 12 o’clock pm and it is in the Jenness House living room. Lunch will be provided.