About Ethan


 Ethan Scott Barnett is a cultural worker whose work draws on the Black Radical Tradition. Barnett uses film, photography and performance to demonstrate the ways African descended peoples’ have survived throughout history. In 2017, Barnett graduated from CUNY Brooklyn College, where he was a CUNY Pipeline Fellow and student in the CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies program with concentrations in Human Rights and Social Justice. In 2019, Barnett graduated with a Master of Arts in History (African Diaspora) from the University of Delaware. Ethan is currently working on serval film projects dedicated to political, social and cultural resistance in the 20th century.

If Ethan were a song,  book, and film.


Photo by Elif Fatıma Görken

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