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Women and Movement #7: Agitators, Policymakers, and Dismantlers in New Orleans

Uptown Campus

Featuring Lisa D. Alexis, Jennifer M. Williams, Hannah Kreiger-Benson, Angela Tucker

Women and Movement #7: Agitators, Policymakers, and Dismantlers in New Orleans will be a panel of women who are at the intersection of affecting change in New Orleans cultural policy. All three panelists and moderator have shifted, dismantled, and agitated calcified understandings of the status quo with regards to cultural policy and the New Orleans cultural climate.

Panelists include the following: Lisa D. Alexis, Director of Mayor Latoya Cantrell's Office of Cultural Economy New Orleans; Jennifer M. Williams, DismantleNOMA and Alternate Roots; Hannah Kreiger-Benson, Music and Culture Coalition of New Orleans. This event will be moderated by Angela Tucker, filmmaker and Tulane professor.

The Women and Movement series is designed to collectively engage women scholars and artists from across the gulf south region to take part in discourse about place, performance and the social-political issues that transform their bodies, art, language, and greater community.

This program is in conjunction with Imagining America 2020 Collective Creative Engagement: Through Tumultuous Times: Reimagining and Rebuilding ‘America’.

Zoom Link: https://tulane.zoom.us/j/97722942901

For more information, please contact Regina Cairns at 504-314-2854 or rcairns@tulane.edu.

For more information on Imagining America, please visit imaginingamerica.org.

New Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane University

For more information contact: Regina Cairns via email to rcairns@tulane.edu or by phone at 504-314-2854
Tickets are Not required