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Darius Steward

Artist / Educator in Cleveland

Today's Agenda

PRESENTED ON FEB 18, 2016
IN CLEVELAND @ VOL 27

"As Blacks, where do we go? Are we moving forward?"

In Today's Agenda from PechaKucha Night Cleveland Vol. 27, Artist Darius Steward shares his artwork and explains the role that it has in conversations of blackness, injustice and racism.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016. 

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Transportation Equity in Bangkok

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Joshua Monethi surveys the issue of public transportation in Bangkok; the economic and social implications that the current system creates for city-dwellers, and the potential for equitable change.

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Youth in Today's Context

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Rajpal Singh Rathore. An engineer and youth leader shares his perspective on how the society should look like in the changing environment all over.

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Mistress Syndrome: A Uniquely American Story of Lies, Betrayal, & Denial

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A story of the construction of white womanhood told through images. Amanda Gross uses her personal experiences, cultural, religious, and ethnic history as a case study to unpack identity at the intersection of race, gender, and class in the US context. Amanda is an artist and anti-racist community organizer living and working in Pittsburgh, PA. 

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My Life as a Hetero Cisgender Millenial Mixed-Race ADHD Agnostic Only Child Black Belt American Named Dominic

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The Art of the Race: An Artist’s Journey and the Race to Mackinac

BY KRISTIN HOSBEIN
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Kristin Hosbein is an award-winning painter with a studio at the Box Factory for the Arts in St. Joseph, MI. This presentation is a behind the scenes look at the Race to Mackinac and how an artist's participation on the team of the Chicago Yacht Club Race Committee has influenced Kristin’s art. The race is 333 miles long from Chicago IL to Mackinac Island, MI and with over 300 yachts that participate each year it is one of the largest and longest freshwater yacht races in the world.

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