Spoke with Gianna Volpe this morning about decolonizing knowledge and media representations of those who are stereotyped and marginalized – POCs, people from the Global South, women, and other oppressed communities. This was for her show Friday Morning Tea on Long Island’s NPR radio station WLIW. You can listen here. Our conversation was about the screening and discussion coming up at Southampton Arts Center of ‘Return to Sender: Women of Color in Colonial Postcards & the Politics of Representation.’ After the film, I will be honored to be in conversation with Jeremy Dennis (Fine art photographer, Lead Artist & President of Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio), Minerva Perez (Executive Director of Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island), and Brenda Simmons (Executive Director and Founder of Southampton African American Museum). This is a free event. Pls register at SouthamptonArtsCenter.org