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Pandemic Street Art: The Black Lives Matter Movement and the Black Public Art Tradition (in three parts)

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Pandemic Street Art: The Black Lives Matter Movement and the Black Public Art Tradition (in three parts)

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Author James Glenn writes, "From the New Negro Movement to the Black Power and Black Arts Movement to the Black Lives Matter Movement of today, public art created by black artists has served as communal visions of history, heritage, and hope. While it is important to highlight the work of contemporary black artists using their talents to push forward the antiracist demands of the Black Lives Matter Movement. it is imperative to understand that the current work of black artists is a continuation of the traditions black muralists initiated during the early to mid-twentieth century." This blog post explores the Black Public Art Tradition in three parts and includes an overview of Black Public Art during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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04/14/2021

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04/18/2021

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01/16/2021

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This item was submitted on April 14, 2021 by Monica Ruth using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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