Tue. Oct 27th, 2020

Sabura Rashid

Ms. Rashid is a freelance writer, dramatist, director, artist and proud grandmother who teaches at CUNY.
Introduction I have had the pleasure of attending many performances either created by, including and/ or otherwise related to people of the African Diaspora. These creative cultural expressions all point to the diversity of the “Black Experience” in America and beyond. It is essential that this diversity be acknowledged.... Read More
The Negro Ensemble Company is BACK! — Like other American-African theater organizations, this iconic company has been struggling for well over a decade to provide and maintain a professional venue for Black playwrights to tell stories about people from the African diaspora in quality staged productions. Founded in 1967 by Robert Hooks, Douglass Turner Ward and Gerald S.... Read More