November 16, 2016
A Road Map For What Not To Do
Jessica Campbell probes unexplored parts of famous dead artists. D'bi Young Anitafrika plays cops and revolutionaries.
Kevin Sexton

Jessica Campbell is an artist living in Chicago. Her latest comic book revisits 20th Century male artists through a new lens: hot or not? Go to her blog to see her paintings. Click here to see the picture of the Group of Seven she talks about with Aliya.

D’bi Young Anitafrika is a dub poet, monodramatist, musician, teacher and founder of the Watah Theatre in Toronto. Check out one of her performances at INKtalks.

Music on this episode:

“Reflection in Red” by Oku Onuora

“Black Lives Matter” by d’bi. Hear more of her music here.

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