Black Arts and Black Power: A Conversation, Spoken Word Performance, and Film Screening
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Courtesy of Tureeda Mikell and Tarika Lewis
Sit down with the first woman to join the Black Panthers, Tarika Lewis and award-winning poet and educator, Tureeda Mikell, for a conversation on their shared stories with art, activism, and a life-long friendship. Stay after the talk for a screening of All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50 plus a spoken word and violin performance by Lewis and Mikell.
This event will be held in Koret Auditorium.
This program is part of our Free Saturdays celebration of the exhibition, Soul of a Nation.
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are committed to offering services that make its collections, exhibitions, and programs accessible to all visitors. Learn about access features at the museums including requesting wheelchairs, ASL Interpretation, captioning, and more.
General admission and special programming are free on Saturdays at the de Young and Legion of Honor for all residents of the nine Bay Area counties. Tickets do not guarantee entry to screening. Seating for this program is limited and first-come, first-served. Seating tickets will be distributed an hour before the event begins in front of the Koret Theater. Purchase of a special exhibition ticket is required on this day to see Soul of a Nation.
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