Around of Soumahoro’s book “The triangle and the hexagon: Reflections on a black identity”, we look at our place in Western space by looking at the path of Maboula that starts from her to relate and confront the world around her. In the middle of the month of the Black History Month imported into France by Maboula Soumahoro, we will look back on the contributions and contributions of black women and men in history and in our present. As we approach the françafricaines celebrations coming very soon in France, we also wanted to take a look at the places of our diaspora to better understand it and to understand the reasons why this diaspora attracts the attention of many people not always well-meaning towards it. This “Diaspora” section will be the first of its kind and we hope it will, throughout the year. Finally, we will get to know new faces and their stories.
ARCHIVIST, HISTORIAN, and ARTiST
Dale Shields is a professor of theatre, director, and actor (Broadway, Off-Broadway, Off-Off-Broadway, and Regional).
The 2017 winner of The Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Award®, 2017 and 2015 Tony® award nominee for the Excellence in Theatre Education Award, and the winner of the 2017 AUDELCO/"VIV" Special Achievement Award. On the web, he is the archivist and historian of Iforcolor.org and Black Theatre/African American Voices [Facebook] (theatre, music, and art). He has taught classes and workshops at Susquehanna University, Denison University, Randolph-Macon College, Macalester College, The College of Wooster, Ohio University, Wayne State University, and the Joseph Papp Public Theatre (New York Shakespeare Festival).
B.F.A. and M.F.A. degree from Ohio University.