Blurring the Color Line
By Crystal Kwok. A production of Groovy Peach Goddess Productions and 127 Wall Street Productions, in association with the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM).
PREMIERING THURSDAY, MAY 25 at 8/7c
BLURRING THE COLOR LINE follows director Crystal Kwok as she unpacks the history behind her grandmother’s family, who were neighborhood grocery store owners in the Black community of Augusta, Georgia during the Jim Crow era. By centering women’s experiences, Kwok poses critical questions around the intersections of race, power, and identity in the American South.
BLURRING THE COLOR LINE SCREENING AND Q&A with ARTSEMERSON
SATURDAY, MAY 20 @ 3p ET
Join ArtsEmerson for a screening of America ReFramed's Blurring the Color Line followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Crystal Kwok, activist Suzanne Lee and Dr. Paula Austin, Assistant Professor of History and African American and Black Diaspora Studies at Boston University. Moderated by Boston Globe reporter Deanna Pan. Register here!