This Would Change Over Time: Archived Revisions of Black Arts and Feminisms

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CLARKE WHEELER I understand the possibility “to start a phrase with a word and end with a gesture” (“Why I had to Dance” in Lost in Language and Sound, p. 58) as not only a celebration of movement, but also a celebration of development. “A word,” idea, belief, or practice is not static, and can result in some kind of gesture of change and growth. While exploring …