After screening of 'Pull Your Head to the Moon . . . tales of Creole Women,' a performance piece by David Rousseve and the multidisciplinary ensemble 'Reality,' a panel of community leaders and artists discussed compassion and urban life, and the intersections of it. They also discussed communities and neighborhoods of the present and the past. This discussion was in preparation of the presentation of 'Love Songs,' another performance by 'Reality' about compassion and love, 18th century slaves and contemporary urban characters.
Panel discussion. Audio only. Includes audio of the short performance screening of 'Pull Your Head to the Moon . . . tales of Creole Women.' Dated 19981008.
David Rousseve Panel Discussion on Compassion and Urban Life, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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