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Composer and musician Sharon Udoh of the Columbus-based musical collective Counterfeit Madison returns for the second episode of this timely and honest conversation about race and identity in the US. Click here to participate in a live Q&A following the talk.
Over these past few years, Udoh has taken note of two things: one, that white Americans (in general) don't particularly love talking about themselves as white people, and two, this fact, contrasted with how often Black Americans (again, in general) think about their race, might be an issue.
In this project, Udoh asks simple questions of herself, her body, and also of some white people from the community, enabling us all to reflect on who we really are, where we are in our journeys of understanding our identities, and how we can continue the process of interrogating and discovering ourselves.
MADE POSSIBLE BY
Greater Columbus Arts Council
American Electric Power Foundation
L Brands Foundation
The Columbus Foundation
Ohio Arts Council
Institute of Museum and Library Services
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Cardinal Health Foundation