The Black Voices Project looks to highlight Black and African American perspectives on policing, protesting, and political representation in the St. Louis area, centrally focused on the 2014 unrest following the death of Michael Brown. Participation requires a one on one discussion based interview with a researcher that would take approximately 30 minutes, centrally focused on questions of black identity, policing, and protesting.
We are looking to create a digital archive of photos and quotes from these interviews with Black and African American community members, leaders, professionals, students and activists, as a means of redefining national conversation on policing and protesting to include communities of color and reclaim the mainstream media narrative of Black America.
When: Interviews are available for any weekday from Monday May 18th 2015 to Monday June 16th 2015.(10 AM, 12 PM, 2 PM, 4 PM, or 6 PM.)
Where: Lab1500, 1500 Washington Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103
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