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Civil rights movement: March on Washington Civil rights supporters carrying placards at the March on Washington, D.C., August 28, 1963.
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; Warren K. Leffler (digital file: cph ppmsca 03128)

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ART Workshops | MUSEUMS AS SYSTEMS, PRESENTED BY THE STUDIO MUSEUM IN HARLEM

MUSEUMS AS SYSTEMS The Studio Museum in Harlem Agenda: June 14 – June 15, 2022 | Time: 5:00 PM – 7:45 PM CST | Zoom In its inaugural iteration, Museums as Systems asks: How are museums systems of artistry, archives, education, labor, care, communication, and communities? By assembling curators, writers, educators, critics, creatives, and administrators in […]

ART Wikipedia | REGISTER FOR FREE JUNETEENTH EDIT-A-THON

CELEBRATE THE JUNETEENTH HOLIDAY EDITING WIKIPEDIA ARTICLES Join ART | library deco for our second Wikipedia Edit-a-thon! We will explore and update articles about JUNETEENTH. If you are new to editing articles using Wikipedia, want the experience, and have the time to learn a new skill attend this event in celebration of the holiday. *Free […]

ART Public Domain | THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO: “AFRICAN CHIEF”

“African Chief” ArtistMariano Fortuny y Marsal Title African Chief Date 1870 Medium Oil on canvas Inscriptions Inscribed, lower right: Fortuny ’70/ A MI AMIGO… (name indicipherable) PUBLIC DOMAIN ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO “A good chief is like a forest: everyone can go there and get something.” – The Congo “African Images” CC0 Public Domain Designation

ART EXHIBITION | MODERN ART MUSEUM OF FORT WORTH PRESENTS, FOCUS: JAMAL CYRUS

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Presents   FOCUS: Jamal Cyrus   NOW ON VIEW THRU –June 26, 2022  The Houston-based artist examines forgotten, ignored, or fragmentary accounts of Black American culture. He raises clear questions about “official” history, what is overlooked and why, and the biases held by those writing and interpreting it. Cyrus uses a […]

Cover Image Credit: Martin Luther King, Jr. photographed by Marion S. Trikosko, 1964. LC-DIG-ppmsc-01269 Source: Library of Congress

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