FORA.tv Speaker - Latasha Diggs

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Biography

Born and raised in Harlem, Latasha Natasha Diggs has been active as a dancer, in the visual arts, and as a vocalist and spoken word artist. Aside from being the author of two books, she has worked with the likes of Quincy Troupe, Mike Ladd, DJ Logic, Butch Morris, DJ Little Louie Vega, DJ Jeannie Hopper, Ori Kaplan, Burnt Sugar, Edwin Torres, Carl Hancock Rux, Vernon Reid, and Vijay Iyer. Diggs is a fellow of the Cave Canem Workshop for African American Poets, a 2002 Harvestworks Digital Media Arts artist in residence, a 2003 Zora Neale Hurston recipient from Naropa Institute, and a 2003 New York Foundation for the Arts fellow. She is also the lead vocalist for the Yohimbe Brothers and the Beat Kids.

1 Program

Cave Canem: Influences in Black Literature

10.01.08 | 01:44:10 min | 0 comments