Monthly Archives: March 2012

Alice joins Democracy Now! to talk about the death of Trayvon Martin. “It’s a symptom of our illness,” Walker says. “We are a very sick country, and our racism is a manifestation of our illness and the ways we don’t delve into our own wrecks… As a country we have never looked to see where we went off the trail… [Trayvon Martin] was ours. And… Continue reading

Reading “Their Eyes Were Watching God

After 75 years, Zora Neale Hurston’s novel, “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” still resonates in the hearts and minds of contemporary audiences, but it had particular significance for black women writers and artists who were working at the time of its rediscovery. The Greene Space convened three luminaries who are all intimately connected to the novel —… Continue reading