“Dying While Black and Brown”: Interview with Antoine Hunter and Joanna Haigood
In addition to collecting and archiving oral histories by people with disabilities, the Disability Visibility Project also publishes original interviews and essays. Here is a recent interview with dancer Antoine Hunter and choreographer/Artistic Director Joanna Haigood of the Zaccho Dance Theatre about people of color, mass incarceration, the death penalty, and the power of art.

https://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2017/05/03/dying-while-black-and-brown-interview-with-joanna-haigood-and-antoine-hunter/ 

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--Alice

Image of Antoine Hunter, a self-described handsome, dark milk chocolate, African American Man. He has long Ebony dreadlocks hair tied to back leaving one deadlock on the side of his face which is close to his eyes. He has a full 1-inch long Ebony-colored bread and full brown lips. He is bare chested and his right hand is to the side of his face with his left hand touching his right forearm. His eyes look straight at you with honest spirit.