Saturday 27 July - Sunday 11 August 10am Monday - Friday 11am Saturday & Sunday

Enter a room containing 1000 questions about race, written by Selina Thompson.

You’re invited to answer one of them:

Are you black, or are you ‘new black’?

What is the long term psychological impact of white supremacy on people of colour?

My mum does not talk about race anymore. It makes her uncomfortable, tired. Will this happen to me?

Why do people assume that racism will just passively die out if we wait long enough?

Are you angry?

What ever happened to Kony 2012?

When does it all end?

Thoughtful, generous, brave and unspeakably brilliant

Maddy Costa

For more like this, check out Fades, Braids & Identity – a series of theatre, photography, film and spoken word championing Black and Brown artists exploring race, gender and identity.

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