We Fall Apart as Whole: Exploring Aminah Robinson, Richard Duarte Brown and Black Love As Resilience

Black love, oftentimes, is an act of resilience which resonates as power and beauty in spaces and places throughout the world. It is a guide, signpost, and marker for Black people who oftentimes find themselves falling apart, yet remaining whole as a people, community, and family. Exploring the idea of Aminah Robinson’s Raggin’ On, this talk will examine the culture carriers who exemplify the importance of holding on to family and community in both good and bad times.