A Twisting Journey From the Archives to (hopefully) the Public

Please take some time to read both articles:

Black history is for sale in Chicago.  Whoever owns the culture, controls the narrative
Jenee Osterheldt
https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2019/07/22/black-history-for-sale-chicago-whoever-owns-culture-controls-narrative/eLevaFaawdJDHx4Knb0FRL/story.html

Ebony’s Photo Archives Were on the Verge of Being Hidden Away Forever.   Now They Will Be Made Public
Julie Bosman

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/25/us/ebony-photographs-sale.html?searchResultPosition=3&login=email&auth=login-email

Published by: Dream Without Borders

Artist| activist| scholar: working at intersections of arts, health, healing, and activism, my practice focuses on the performance and performative articulations of vulnerable bodies, examining expressions of identity and belonging. I hold particular interest in the lives and aspirations of African Diaspora/Black Atlantic bodies in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

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