Sunday, October 20

The public sphere belongs to all of us, and the 30 Nuances de Noir(es) afrofeminist parade founded by Sandra Sainte Rose Fanchine, which is both flamboyant and political in equal measure and is inspired by the brass bands of New Orleans, will be reclaiming it through a series of iconic jazz and funk-inspired numbers and dances such as Waacking, Locking and Souls Steps. The event will incorporate plenty of music and dancing to express the artistic and political power of its claims, which span the issues of gender, class and race. 

Go along and join them for what promises to be an explosive Sunday out! 

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