Kimberly Drew, author of "Black Futures" will talk about curation and the preservation of Black life on-line and in the form of publications.

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In celebration of “Say It Loud’s” stop at the Denison Museum, featured speaker Kimberly Drew, author of ”Black Futures” will talk about curation and the preservation of Black life on-line and in the form of publications.

About the exhibition:
From the collection of Hedy Fischer and Randy Shull, “Say It Loud” includes the work of world-renowned contemporary Black artists who document and challenge dominant historical perspectives and events. The exhibition illustrates the struggles and achievements of African-Americans, with themes focused on ethnic identity, institutional racism, gender, and beauty. Watch the video.
 


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