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They taught me laughing to keep from crying
20 November, 2017, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pmFree
From deep in the vaults of the University of Sussex, voices whisper stories – speaking of rivers and the Black Atlantic, singing of jazz and Harlem and the African American literary renaissance.
Drawing on the University of Sussex’s archives, this event explores Dutch academic Rosey Pool’s exceptional life and her relationships with prominent black writers of the Harlem Renaissance. Part talk, part experimental performance, join Doug Haynes, Diarmuid Hester, Joanna Pawlik and celebrated performance artist Harold Offeh as they bring to life the University’s rich archival holdings in African American culture in unique and inspiring ways.
This event is part of the series As waves of one sea.
For event information, please contact Doug Haynes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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