Much like her older sister, Solange’s latest album has inspired a wealth of scholarship, art, and reflection.
Rightfully considered one of 2016’s best albums, A Seat at the Table will soon have it’s own syllabus. The project, which is titled “A Seat at the Table Syllabus: The Truths of Young Women of Color,” is currently under construction and invites young women of color, ages 16-30, to contribute to the project by suggesting “texts, music, and visual art that speak to our experiences.”
Curators of the syllabus include Melissa Harris-Perry, working with Wake Forest University students and her fellow scholars. Topics like “Resisting Racism,” “Understanding Gender and Sexuality,” and the “The Role of Relationships” are key subjects that will be explored in “A Seat at the Table Syllabus.”
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