BUILDING BRIDGES with Our Brothers: #BlackGirlSpectrum #CABchat with Mark Anthony Neal

co-hosted by choreographer Camille A. Brown and Mark Anthony Neal - writer, Duke professor, feminist, daddy, husband, AND host of Left of Black. What does it mean to be a Black male feminist? How can man support women and girls and challenge patriarchy? What do healthy relationships look like - whether they be with fathers, brothers, uncles, friends, husbands, etc? Check out this discussion on this and much more!


  1. This conversation is a part of #BlackGirlSpectrum, an initiative that addresses the civic, educational, and economic struggles of black girls and women and seeks to amplify the cultural and creative empowerment of black girls and women through dance, dialogue, and popular education tools.

    Learn more about Brown's initiative and the choreographic work developed in close congruence, Black Girl: Linguistic Play, on Camille's website.

    AND come see the world premiere of Black Girl: Linguistic Play

    at The Joyce Theater September 22-27. Tickets available HERE.

  2. Reflecting on traditions of movement and dance as a form of resistance...

  3. On bringing those traditions of resistance into "BLACK GIRL: Lingustic Play"...