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Arts Activism and Change with Regina Taylor, hosted by Jason Reynolds and Jasmine Mans

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Regina Taylor’s the black album. mixtape. started with her play the black album. 2020. resistance.—a series of short plays and songs. The play explored quarantine, George Floyd, and a very incendiary political race that exposed the fractures and implosions of the world that still resonate today. Taylor also created a platform of the same name, inviting collaborators from various media to explore this very pivotal moment in history. TBAM is an interactive historical website that challenges us to question how we got here and how can we move forward towards a better future.

Regina will join hosts poet and performance artist Jasmine Mans and New York Times best-selling author Jason Reynolds.

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