“Ayer Hitam: A Black History of Singapore”: On The Edges of History

The sound of djembe drums filtered out into the courtyard of Centre 42 — the signal to take our seats before the production started. The stage was arranged like the hull of a slave ship with wooden beams converging to the bow, where the drummer sat, resplendent in a blue Ankara agbada and wrapper. She … Continue reading “Ayer Hitam: A Black History of Singapore”: On The Edges of History