Dr. Carolyn Chernoff (Moore College of Art) asked me to guest speak in her classroom about research and my community arts practice. In this short audio clip, I discuss the Black radical bus tour that I helped to facilitate with Sheena Sood, Krystal Strong and the MOVE organization's Mike Africa Jr, my ethnographic research as well as community workshops I have been apart of.
Some core questions I address are:
How do people make sense of their positionality in the face of critical events or situations that are effecting the life of people in the neighborhood?
What do community residents identify as forces that are constraining or constricting their lifestyles and social worlds?