Choreographer Bastazin Uses Dance to Shed Light on Discrimination and Violence Against Afro-Brazilians and Other Minorities
When thinking of Brazilian dances, we often picture colourful feathers, and glittery G-strings—but one Brazilian choreographer wants to show the harsh realities behind the carnival fairy tales with her dance show I Love Quebrada.
An Observational Narrative: Those Who Suffer in Silence
Human trafficking and racial segregation are still alive and well in South Africa, and right here in Montreal.
Each One Teach One: From Improvised Hip-Hop and Reggae to R&B and Soul
Heavy red and blue lights illuminate the stage of Prince Arthur St.’s Petit Campus.
Black Artists Express their Identity Through their Work
With Black History Month in full swing, the vernissage, Symbols of Resistance, is here and features Black artists who express their black identity in their work.
Student Union Invites Students to Share Stories of Unfair Treatment
From Trump’s election and the resurgence of far-right movements, to the passing of Bill 62, the steady accumulation of racist and disenfranchising events has sparked outrage amongst various minority groups.
Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre Give Insight on the Private Life of King
Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre have collaborated to bring us The Mountaintop, a production that gives us some insight of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s last night before his assassination.
Breaking Abstractions Brings B-Boy Art in a Different Direction
Artgang Gallery is hosting a B-boy battle unlike most B-Boy battles. This one is frozen in time.
The Story of Gorée Island
As I am standing in the centre of the House of Slaves, I feel a pressure on my chest.