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Dr. Arica Coleman, ethnic studies scholar and Time Magazine contributor
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Art as a Response to Anti-Blackness was the virtual film-launch event for Interrupted: Prologue to a Mem-noir.

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A “BRAVE AND POWERFUL (AND NECESSARY) WORK OF ART.”
Jazz great Bob James, composer of the film's soundtrack
Art as a Response to Anti-Blackness was the virtual film-launch event for Interrupted: Prologue to a Mem-noir. Participants were jazz great Bob James; bestselling author Marita Golden; founder of Black Bottom Film Festival Joseph Lewis; Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts gallery manager Lindsey Yancich; artist, activist, and owner of Busboys and Poets Andy Shallal; and Dr. Charles Chavis of the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University.
Interrupted: Prologue to a Mem-noir was made possible thanks to the support of Maryland State Arts CouncilUnited Way of Central MarylandMosaic Center for Culture and Diversity at University of Maryland Baltimore CountyLeah Mazur and Drew Willard, Bob Jamesand Resonance Records.

Interrupted is supported in part by Maryland State Arts Council.

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