A’we deh ya

“A’we deh ya (All of us are here)” is a multi-year, multi-site project that develops performance, a digital archive, a community curriculum and, importantly, it establishes a multidisciplinary, intergenerational creative collaborative whose work will illuminate and assert the past, present and future liberation technologies of indigenous and African-descendant people in Ay-Ay (St. Croix)
Fishtrap Workshop

19 Nov: Building a Better Fishtrap / A’we deh ya (“All of us are here”) at The Movement Lab at Barnard College

This week, Virgin Islanders and Stateside Angela's Pulse collaborators are gathering daily for virtual creative process, research and development of A'we deh ya ("All of us are here"), a multi-disciplinary call-and-response between colony and mainland. This iteration of Building A Better Fishtrap focuses on Paloma's homeland St. Croix.