Three individuals–a political cartoonist, a mother turned boxing coach, and an optician–navigate their lives with resourcefulness and determination in the face of Parkinson’s disease.
Three generations of Black women deconstruct the binary of their own mental health, illness, and wellness—reimagining the past as a form of trauma recovery.
Martine N. Granby is a filmmaker and video journalist with a focus on interrogations of and experimentation with archives. She is an assistant professor of journalism at the University of Connecticut. She has worked with The NY Times, Kartemquin, The DocX program at Duke’s Center for Doc Studies, The New School, City Bureau, and UnionDocs.