Invisible: Imprints of Racism
The tour would have been great to experience, but the Invisible Imprints DVD gives us the spoken word poetry, dance & documentary footage.
The show, Invisible: Imprints of Racism, features talented performers who bring history to life in a way that facilitates education and self-reflection.
Real conversations with the audiences add to the experience and will encourage further discussion long after the show has ended.
The documentary takes us on the journey with the cast, so we can understand how it has impacted them, as well.
The movie isn’t rated, but is good for adults, teens and older kids.
It can spark meaningful conversations about the past, the present and what we want for the future.
Release Date 9/13/22
A troupe of spoken-word poets and modern dancers travels the Great Migration Trail with an original piece called Invisible: Imprints of Racism.
This powerful documentary feature follows a troupe of twelve Boston-based spoken-word poets and modern dancers as they travel the Great Migration Trail from Jackson, Mississippi to Chicago, performing an original piece called Invisible: Imprints of Racism.
After each performance, a talk-back with the audience gives space to the communal exploration of racial issues and the sharing of firsthand experiences with and reflections on racism, also yielding reactions to the performance itself.
As these dramatic moments unfold on the tour, the performers’ own struggles with race and identity, off-stage, are also explored, lending a deeper context.
A refreshingly humanizing, critical conversation emerges on the emotional challenges of overcoming racism in America.
Official Trailer: Invisible Imprints
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