In 1970, black author James Baldwin and white anthropologist Margaret Mead sat together and recorded a conversation on one of the defining subjects of the American experience – race.
Together, Byrd and playwright Anna Deavere Smith have reimagined this monumental talk into an innovative production featuring the renowned dancers of Spectrum Dance Theater.
A lecture and demonstration of the groundbreaking performance, A Rap on Race, hosted by choreographer Donald Byrd and Spectrum Dance Theater members.
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