Marian Anderson, the punk rock singer who is the subject of the film Last Fast Ride: The Life, Love, and Death of a Punk Goddess, screening at UCLA on March 5.
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As The Punk Singer 2013 was released almost ten years after Afropunk 2004 , it poses the question of Anderson choosing to ignore these histories, or if it felt of no use to her own work.
Bernal said that when there was something the punks wanted to do, they would do it, and when there was something that angered them, they would fight it.
Afropunk, Sista Grrrl Riot, and Tamar-Kali Brown speak to the importance of punk to Black women.
Kruvant took two years to make her doc, and the former lawyer used the time well, crafting a fine film about a musician who walked away from showbiz.
Shortly before her death in 2001, singer Anderson and Insaints guitarist Deleon formed a band called.
The Afropunk movement, while never given a specific date as to when it was initially created, was largely popularized when the documentary premiered in 2004; detailing the lives of Black punks, and prompting an annual festival of the same name to begin.