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With protests continuing throughout our country in support of racial equality and against police brutality, it can be difficult to determine which form of action yto take. With a global health pandemic still ravaging our community, many people can’t risk being on the front lines because of underlying health conditions or due to their responsibility…

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If you live in Atlanta, you’ve probably seen some of Fabian Williams’ socially conscious artwork throughout the city. His art includes various portraits of African Americans who have made major contributions to Black culture and race relations in America. It kind of makes you wonder about your contribution to the world, the legacy you’re leaving…

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LaToya M. Hobbs is an impactful artist ready to make her mark, yet again, with a sequel installation called Salt of the Earth II. Hobbs, who currently lives and works in Baltimore, creates most of her masterpieces in her in-home studio. She is also a professor at Maryland Insitute College of Art (MICA). Salt of…

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Prominent Black artist Eldzier Cortor died Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015 in Long Island, NY. He was 99. Cortor was born Jan. 10, 1916 in Richmond, Virginia and moved to the South Side of Chicago as a young boy. He graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1936 and went on to work as an artist with…

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