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Paris is Burning (Again)

The Museum of the African Diaspora presents a symposium focusing on the black Francophone world.

Museum of the African Diaspora, Audio, Posted: Apr 17, 2006

Paris is Burning (Again) is the first in a series of lectures presented by MoAD. Academics disccuss the recent uprising in the banlieus of France and recent youth protests.

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Louis Chude-Sokei is Associate Professor of Literature at the UC Santa Cruz.





(2m 43s, mp3, 1.9MB) Download File




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Tyler Stovall is Professor of History at UC Berkeley.




(2m 15s, mp3, 1.9MB) Download File


Woman speaker

Trica D. Keaton of Indiana University reads "An open letter from the other France".




(6m 06s, mp3, 4.2MB) Download File

Photos By Tasin Sabir




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