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We welcome new contributors speaking their truth and take a closer look at our current exhibitions in Never Apart’s July 2020 magazine.

Never Apart Spring 2020 Exhibitions Full Virtual Tour

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Never Apart brings you its Spring 2020 exhibitions in an online format tailored to the current moment, allowing you to walk around our entire center…
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Last Black Man in San Francisco

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Dedicated to the memory of all those killed for being black.
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Testimony of a Black Woman in Montreal’s Creative Scene

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I have wanted to tell my story for years. Through my healing process, it has been challenging to gather the courage to write this.
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Radio Never Apart Episode 9: Troy Jackson

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For Episode 9 of Radio Never Apart, Jordan King interviews Troy Jackson, a singer, songwriter, and performer based in Toronto, on Turtle Island/Kanata/Canada.
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Spring 2020 Artist Interviews: James Benjamin and Danica Olders

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We speak with these artists about their wonderful exhibitions Ecological Ambisonic Recordings 001: Rainforest and L’homme à l’aise which are a part of our current…
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NVA Music Celebrates 5 Years with a Fundraising Zine

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NVA —Never Apart’s Music Division—celebrates its five years with a photo zine encapsulating half a decade of music shows, community workshops, talks and rave posters.
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I can’t breathe: Words Spoken Too Often from Slavery to #BLM

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Iman M’Fah-Traoré reflects on some of the history and present of Black Lives Matter from her current homebase, New York City.
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Artist Visits NYC: Penny Arcade

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We had the pleasure to sit down with the inspiring actress, playwright, activist and performance artist extraordinaire Penny Arcade in her East Village apartment. We…
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Never Apart Archive Room

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A public resource filled with content and artwork from our collaborators, along with works from our collection and ongoing productions.
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Discover Extranostro, the First Afro-Queer Francophone Web Series

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Meet Kis Keya, a multidisciplinary artist, sculptor, writer, director, and Belgian activist of Haitian and Congolese descent that directed Extranostro.
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Supa Rush

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In these times of both uncertainty and powerful upheaval, dealing with 2020’s reality of a global pandemic and isolation, along with Black Power uprisings, we…
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