Once, Black women employed textile arts both as a mutual aid network, and as a safe space to envision a Southern Black liberated life.
Tag: Black Liberation
On both sides of the border, artivistas—art activists—infuse their creative and political work with minority struggle and solidarity.
“Liberation begins in the mind… Black folks have never been given the opportunity to define our own reality.”
Filmmaker and artist Cauleen Smith has a few books to recommend. Her Human_3.0 Reading List, on exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago through October 29, contains 57 drawings ...