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Senegal in Black & White: Fashioning Racial Identities 

When: Mon., Oct. 21, 3-4:30 p.m. 2019
Phone: 314-935-7879
Email: toliver-diallo@wustl.edu
Price: Free
sites.wustl.edu/africa/event/senegablackandwhite/?rd=20191021
@ Seigle Hall 103, Washington University in St. Louis
Join internationally acclaimed designer, Rama Diaw, and colonial legal scholar, Serigne Coulbary, for a discussion on law, race, and legacy in Saint Louis, Senegal. These ideas, in addition to photographs from early 20th century Senegal, meshed to become the inspiration for Diaw’s 2019 collection, Black and White. “Two cities with the same name. One in Africa, one in America. Cities dedicated to generations of King Louis, joined by the legacies of French Colonialism.” For more information about Diaw’s work, visit: https://ramadiawfashion.com. Sponsored by the Department of African & African American Studies.

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