Filmed Production of Mahogany L. Browne’s New Choreopoem Quilted Steel—Telling the Stories of Formerly Incarcerated Black Women—Premiers June 13 at Lincoln Center Atrium
Caits Meissner, director of PEN America’s Prison and Justice Writing Program, who produced the project, said: “This collaboration is a call to bear unflinching witness. The project demands that… More
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