Spirit never dies, only transitions.

Directed by Logan Lynette

Despite all the many things Black folks have experienced throughout the centuries, we’ve still managed to keep our spirit alive and moving through time and space. There’s debate (including in the Black community as a whole) about what is appropriate and are traditional practices. Regardless of what negative connotations are placed, these rituals remain generation after generation.

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Ada Pinkston, a Black woman, poses on top of a pedestal where a Confederate monument used to stand

How We Mourn, Where We Remember

Panel Discussion: Sat 2/20 4:30 pm PST

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