African American Art and Culture Complex
762 Fulton Street
Black Don’t Crack is a musical-theatre production using humor, drama, and interdisciplinary performance to investigate the revolutionary – and sometimes painful – ways Queer Black Artists work together to heal themselves and their communities of internalized oppression and trauma.
So often in Black and Queer Liberation Movements, the focus is on the very necessary fight against white supremacy, patriarchy, queerphobia, and other forms of systemic oppression. But that doesn’t leave time to explore the ways those dynamics, and other sources of sociopolitical marginalization, impact how we share space and experience relationship with each other.
In light of the recent and historical state violence, Congregation of Liberation would like to remind you of the beautifully complex ways we have come together to make love, build community, create art, and work out our differences — all while we continue to fight against injustice.
Join us for an inspirational evening of Love, Laughter, and Liberation.