Black Man, Running
“Black Man, Running” is a series of performances and public runs (as in a jog or a footrace) that address issues of race, public space, safety and democracy. We’re organizing three runs in different U.S. cities, each of which will be part of a whole “package” of story-gathering and community dialogues. We’ll be creating a template that other communities can use to produce “Black Man, Running” events in their own communities, and we expect to be the resource center for upwards of 25 runs nationwide.
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Narrative Arts is grateful to The MAP Fund for support of “Black Man, Running.”
- Documentary Productions
- Techmoja Dance and Theatre Company
- Free Movement Conference
- Coastal Youth Media
- Storm Stories
- Nation Inside
- “Storytelling and Social Change” guide!
- Prison Poetry Workshop
- Black Man, Running
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