How have Native and African Americans been written out of American history, and  what does this mean to contemporary political and social ideologies? Race and Revolution, a group art show, will question how Colonial entitlement is embedded in contemporary culture and to address the connection between the history of how African American and Native men were – and continue to be – regarded today.

Artist will create pieces that respond to excerpts written by British and American leaders during the American Revolution. Their works will bring the language and actions of 250 years ago into the present-day conversation around racism in the United States.

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    • raceandrevolution says:

      Yes, there will!
      We just scheduled one at the Schomburg Center in Harlem on Sept. 7th at 6:30PM. Nona and three other artists showing in Race and Revolution, which opens on August 3rd in NYC, will be talking about historical memory.


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