!: I liked the idea that was outlined as a basis of the dance, the idea that the innocence and story of childhood are universally understood, but also the physical language and movements were a unique cultural language understood by black women for black women. I think the ultimate thing that this work “does” is it helps the performers understand their own identity and place.
?: How can white people better understand their own identity in a white supremacist society? How does a white supremacist structure impose stereotypes and identity on the oppressed and the oppressor?