Invisible Imprints

Invisible Imprints is a feature documentary about the experiences of a troupe of 9 dancers and 3 poets from Boston as they toured from Jackson, MS, up the Great Black Migration Trail to Chicago. While performing an original piece about the complex divisions of racism, they dialogued with audiences, as well as Civil Rights veterans whose stories are little known. In stop after stop up the great Mississippi they discovered the invisible truth about America’s racial history but also their own and its powerful effects on their identities as artists and activists.

Directed by Jay Paris (USA)

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