Dow Dance presents "As the Sun Sets"
What does radical Black love look like in a racist world? How do we find love when we have to fight to simply exist? This dance/media work explores how Black people continue to find happiness and joy even in the predominantly white spaces of Sundown Towns, where their very presence makes them unsafe. A kinetic, visual representation of Black stories celebrating how radical Black love has and always will flourish, even in the midst of violence.
Choreography by Caleb Dowden. Featuring Imani Gaudin-County, Andy Guzmán, Jai Perez, Caleb Dowden, Céliene Seiber and Ceylon Seiber.
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