Sandra Blakely
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Sandra Blakely commented on R~'s blog post NO APOLOGIES . . . "We did it for a good cause"
"Remaining creative is one thing.  Getting paid is another.  The $1.3m should have included a stipulation of a percentage of those funds going to organizations who are actually working towards the elimination of racial policies in this…"
Jun 2
Sandra Blakely commented on Black Art In America's blog post Theaster Gates Gets $3.5M Grant to Push Arts as a Tool for Revitalization
"Can you share with us your strategies so that replications can be carried to other cities where this type of revitilisation is essential?"
May 24
Sandra Blakely liked Black Art In America's blog post Theaster Gates Gets $3.5M Grant to Push Arts as a Tool for Revitalization
May 24
Sandra Blakely liked George Williams's profile
May 24
Larry Poncho Brown and Sandra Blakely are now friends
Apr 17
Sandra Blakely and George Williams are now friends
Apr 16
Sandra Blakely joined Milton J Davis's group
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Apr 6
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