Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories Project is getting a lot of attention around our community. Check out our latest features and outings by clicking the associated image.
Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories will be presented at an open House at Newport Historic Museum @ The SouthGate Street School on Friday, April 6. From 6:30 Pm - 9:30 Pm. Click through to read the article in The Voice.
Keynote speaker, Dr. Joan Ferrante will be presenting selections from Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories.
Executive director of The MCRC Project, Joan Ferrante and Tara Riley, Director of Museum Experiences at The Freedom Center appear in a FOX19 morning news segment to discuss the documentary and it's involvement with the The National Underground Freedom Center.
"Local Educators are finding new ways to discuss race," writer Cincy Magazine author Dan Hurley. This article discusses recent race issues in the Cincinnati Community and what The MCRC Project is beginning to do in order to counter act them - by becoming color brave.
The MCRC Executive Producer, Dr. Ferrante Discusses the documentary and the consequences of categorizing race in America During a radio interview on Cincinnati's public radio station, WVXU.
Many scientists today agree that race is a social construct with no biological meaning. Yet we are asked, on everything from school applications to employment forms, to declare our race.
The Northern Kentucky Tribune's Vicki Prichard writes about the first screening of Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories. This article includes interviews by J. Gray, Dr. Kelly Moffet and project director and executive producer Joan Ferrante.
As conversations go, the subject of race is one of the more complicated ones.
A free screening of Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories, a feature documentary that explores how racial categories were created in the United States and their lasting consequences, will take place at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati on Saturday, December 9 at 1 p.m.
India Hackle, Emanuel Picazo, and Joan Ferrante appear on Cincinnati's Local TV station to talk about Mourning the creation of racial categories Project. The story also features scenes from the documentary. Local 12's Dan Hurley reports.
News Editor, Nicole Browning Writes a review after seeing the first screening for Mourning the creation of racial categories documentary.
The students not only had to thoroughly examine... historical accounts, but had to channel their own mourning into their creative products. The responses and artwork, ranged anywhere from a poem to a sculpture to a dance, are not only significant in representing that mourning, but incite mourning in their audience, as well. - Nicole Browning, News Editor for The Northerner
Joan ferrante looks back at her 37-Year career at Northern Kentucky University. Even though she is leaving NKU she is looking forward to furthering her work for Mourning the Creation of Racial Categories Project. She also shares some of her inspiration behind beginning the project. Story by Jayna Morris, assistant editor of Nku Magazine.
Race is a construction. Race is all about relationships divided without regard for family ties. So then I took off and built on that vision. - Dr. Joan Ferrante