“We shouldn’t have to be murdered to prove that Black people are divine” by Zhailon Levingston

We would like to share this article in RaceBaitr, written by Zhailon Levingston, the Associate Director of Reconstruction and Primer for a Failed Superpower.

Zhailon Levingston is a Louisiana raised writer, director, performing artist, and activist. He co-founded #WORDSONWHITE, an arts and activism campaign based in New York from 2016-2018. He recently directed “Neptune” at Dixon Place and the Brooklyn Museum, “The Years That Went Wrong” by David Zheng at The Lark and MCC. Other credits include “The Exonerated” at Columbia Law School and “Chariot part 2” at SoHo Rep for The Movement Theatre Company. He is the associate director “Primer for a Failed Super Power” with the TEAM and “Runaways” at The Public with Sam Pinkleton. He was associate director for the Genesis plays at the 14th street Y! Most recently he directed “Mother of Pearl” at the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center and “Chicken and Biscuits” at Queens Theatre. Zhailon is the resident director at Tina the Tina Turner Musical on Broadway.

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