Black Masks

Black Masks is a magazine focusing on Arts

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 2, November 15

African Burial Ground Commemoration: A Unique Opportunity for Artists and Community
African Burial Ground Commemoration: A Unique Opportunity for Artists and CommunityThe African Burial Ground was cemetery in lower Manhatan used by New York City s enslaved and free Africans from at least 1712 until 1827 when slavery was outlawed in...
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African Grove Institute Strategizes the Future: Summit I - Dartmouth College, New Hampshire
African Grove Institute Strategizes the Future: Summit I -- Dartmouth College, New HampshireThe National Black Theatre Summit "On Golden Pond was held at New Hampshire's Dartmouth College March 26, 1998 and was followed by a day-long conference, "African...
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In Memoriam: Leverne Summers; to Act Is to Do
In Memoriam: Leverne Summers; To Act is to DoA hero is a very special person who puts himself in harm's way to save the day. Actor Leverne Summers was one such hero. He had diligently been working on his acting career for the last sixteen years -- training...
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Paul Robeson: The Consummate Actor/Activist
Paul Robeson: The Consummate Actor/ActivistIt is especially fitting on the occasion of the centennial of Paul Robeson's birth that we commemorate his monumuental life. Certainly an American so multiply accomplished -- a lauded athlete, singer, actor,...
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Summit II - Atlanta, Georgia
Summit II -- Atlanta, GeorgiaOn Sunday, July 12th 1998, The African Grove Institute for the Arts, Inc. (AGIA) crossed the Mason-Dixon Line and convened its second summit in Atlanta, Georgia in conjunction with the National Black Arts Festival. Immersion...
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