ANGRY BLACK WOMAN and Well Intentioned White Girl go deep into those hidden, dehumanizing narratives, through storytelling and audience participation. This nontraditional work reflects Amoke Kubat’s journey through the painful landscape of "Minnesota Nice," the gentrification of North Minneapolis the spaces of mis- education, and awkward interracial intersections with White women.
This non-traditional conversation play evolved through conversations between Amoke and Jen as friends and professionals and two public intentional discussions with Black women and White women. Each group was segregated for space and privacy to talk about the tensions between
both groups and “Minnesota Nice”, race, class and equity and envisioning healing that promotes sisterhood and allyship.