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September 10–October 10, 2021
Parmar’s work . . . is a key component in a history of creative resistance.Roberta Graham, Girls on Film
Angela Y. Davis,
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Pratibha Parmar, Angela Y. Davis, and Leigh Raiford
Recorded Monday, September 20, 12 PM PDT
Watch a recording of a live conversation with director Pratibha Parmar and featured documentary participant Angela Y. Davis. They discuss the film, their friendship with June Jordan, and Jordan’s continuing lessons for today’s struggles for freedom and justice. Moderated by UC Berkeley Associate Professor of African American Studies Leigh Raiford.
Pratibha Parmar and Leigh Raiford
Watch a recorded conversation about A Place of Rage with director Pratibha Parmar and UC Berkeley Associate Professor of African American Studies Leigh Raiford.
Parmar’s A Place of Rage is a fierce and loving assessment of the social movements of the 1960s from the vantage point of the 1990s culture wars. The film features interviews with three of the most influential Black feminist intellectuals of our time: Angela Y. Davis, Alice Walker, and June Jordan. The trio asserts the centrality of Black women’s labor and the necessity of intersectional movements for the liberation of all people—past, present, and future.
- Pratibha Parmar
- Nancy Morita
- Tony Hardmon
- Digital streaming
- 52 mins