Read, watch, listen, participate

A blue rectangle with a yellow wave going through it & yellow text reading, “Read.” It has an open book icon.
Sydney Charles and Tatum Larsen sit behind a wooden table smiling. On the table between the two of them is a microphone.
Photo: Karra Ideozu
Kathie Foley-Meyer stands looking at her piece, “Twelve Voyages,” hung on a white gallery wall.
Photo: Kathie Foley-Meyer
Tiffany Willoughby-Herard, Jessica Millward, and LaShonda R. Carter stand in a line together smiling
Photo: Steven Zylius / UCI
A collage featuring a circle shaped photo of John Murillo III smiling and the cover of his book on top of a black and blue background with shattered glass and math equations.
Frank B. Wilderson III leans forward with both hands on the table smiling & a copy of his book in front of him
Photo: Ebrahim Safi
Tiffany Willoughby-Herard stands smiling in front of a plain, pastel yellow wall with a metal art piece on it of leaves
A blue rectangle with a yellow wave going through it & yellow text reading, “Watch.” An icon of a TV is next to it.
Clockwise from upper left: Jessica Millward, Sabrina Strings, Judy Wu and Tiffany Willoughby-Herard
A blue rectangle with a yellow wave going through it & yellow text reading, “Listen.” An icon of earphones is next to it.
Ngugi wa Thiong’o rests his hand in his right hand in a thinking gesture
Photo: Steve Zylius / UCI
Douglas Haynes smiling with his right hand in his pocket in front of lit up panels
Photo: Steve Zylius/UCI
Jessica Millward stands in Aldrich Park smiling with both hands in her pockets
Photo: Steve Zylius / UCI
A blue rectangle with a yellow wave going through it & yellow text reading, “Participate.” An icon of a pen is next to it.
Alicia Henry, Analogous III, 2020. Acrylic, thread, yarn, dyed leather.
Alicia Henry, Analogous III, 2020. Acrylic, thread, yarn, dyed leather. Courtesy of the artist.
Frank B. Wilderson III stands with his right hand on his hip and his left hand resting on a table
Photo: Ebrahim Safi
Jessica Millward stans smiling with her hands on her hips
Photo: Steve Zylius / UCI
A flyer featuring photos of the speakers against a photo of a wooden door with human figures on it. In white, it reads, “AICRE + Philosophy”
Titus Kaphar and Reginald Dwayne Betts, Redaction (San Francisco), 2020. Etching and silkscreen on paper.
Titus Kaphar and Reginald Dwayne Betts, Redaction (San Francisco), 2020. Etching and silkscreen on paper. Courtesy of Titus Kaphar and Reginald Dwayne Betts.

Watch Party and Discussion of “Perro Bomba” (2019) March 3

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