"Buffalo Soldiers in the Philippine American War: A Crisis of Conscience" is an ongoing multidisciplinary performance project examining the experiences of Black soldiers and Filipino natives during the Philippine-American War of 1899–1902.

Telling both a historical and personal narrative through live music, spoken word, poetry, and visual elements, the piece considers the moral dilemma that Black soldiers faced in their charge to help subjugate Filipino people while at the same time being marginalized themselves. It also depicts the Filipino narrative of resistance to the American intervention as well as the complex interpersonal relationships between African American soldiers and the Filipino population. The performance project features musicians on piano, bass, flute, violin, and percussion including tribal drums and kulintang gongs.