Canadian artist Jamilah Malika and curator and educator Felicia Mings in conversation from their current homes in Chicago. Malika is currently an MFA candidate at the Art Institute of Chicago while Mings is the Inaugural Coordinator of Andrew W. Mellon Academic Programs at the Art Institute of Chicago. Malika and Mings speak about their work, their experiences in Canada and the United States, and the dominance of African American culture on ideas of Blackness in Canada and globally.
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