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Wesley Morris

Does this cardigan make me look gay?

Tue / Mar 10, 2020 - 7:00PM

The New York Times critic-at-large speaks to the intersection of black music, fashion, and gender identity in the 1990s.

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About this Performance

The New York Times critic-at-large and 1619 Project contributor Wesley Morris speaks to the intersection of black American music, fashion, and identity creation. A Q&A follows with CAAM’s Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Cameron Shaw. Held in conjunction with the CAAM exhibit Cross Colours: Black Fashion in the 20th Century.

Free and open to the public. RSVP at www.caamuseum.org.

Power to the People is presented in collaboration with the California African American Museum. Additional partners include American Cinematheque, A Noise Within, and Power California.

This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Programs, artists, dates, prices, and availability subject to change.

Power to the People! festival

From subversive statements to songs of solidarity, music has always had a role to play in the movements that shift attitudes and shape nations. Join curators Gustavo Dudamel and Herbie Hancock in a celebration of the music that moves mountains. We invite you to join the conversation.

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