How Can I Ever Be Late


  • Kevin Jerome Everson
  • Claudrena N. Harold

  • 2017
    • United States
  • 4 min
  • Black and white
  • PRODUCTION
  • Picture Palace Pictures

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African-American students at the University of Virginia greet the band Sly and the Family Stone at the Charlottesville airport in 1973.

  • Kevin Jerome Everson
  • Claudrena N. Harold

Kevin Jerome Everson was born in 1965, Mansfield Ohio. Since the 1980s he has directed numerous short films, and nine feature lengths. Most of these are anchored in the collection or staging of gestures, postures and attitudes of the black American working class.

Claudrena Harold is a professor of African American and African Studies and History at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. In 2013, Harold started collaborating with her colleague and filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson. 

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