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A Conversation With Delroy Lindo And Question Bridge Art Project In Chicago 4/12

A Conversation With Delroy Lindo And Question Bridge Art Project In Chicago 4/12

Actor and stage director Delroy Lindo, who can be
currently seen in the role of Milton Winter in the new NBC ratings hit
supernatural series Believe, will be in conversation at the DuSable Museum of
African American History
in Chicago on Saturday April 12th stating
at 6PM.

Lindo will, no doubt, discuss his life and acting
career in films and television, but his appearance is also in conjunction with his role as the executive producer of the DuSable Museum’s latest exhibition, Question Bridge: Black Males – which we have written about HERE and HERE – the much talked about video installation
created by artists Hank Willis Thomas and Chris Johns, representing a range of black
men across geographic, generational, economic, and educational stratum that, in
the artists words, “seeks to represent and redefine Black male
identity in America.

Something that Lindo should have a unique perspective on, being from a West Indian background, born
in Britain and raised in Canada and the United States.

To find out more about Question Bridge, you can go to the
project’s website HERE. And for more info about the Lindo conversation at the museum
go HERE.

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I've got such a crush on this man. If I was back in Chi, I'd be all up in the DuSable Museum on April 12. (no offense to Mrs. Lindo or my hubby of 19 years :-)


In these enlightened times folks still use "West Indian"? The region has been using "Caribbean" to self identify.


Thanks for posting Sergio. Most enthused about this project…particulary with Mr Lindo & Jesse Williams both being on board as exec-producers. Hope this evolves into something of a zeitgeist mission.

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