John Thomas Biggers (1924–2001) The Garbage Man, 1944 - paintings, oil on board
Tales of the Dealer:…Continue
Jazzy, funky, inspirational, spoken word lyrical, serious and socio-historical. Kamal is uplifting the sistahs who have been teased and isolated due to the hue of their skin.
There is even a historical apology. This song sounds real good.
Your the divine matriarch, first human on earth
The mother of creation, goddess of the universe
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MARVEL SUPERHEROES CHANGE WITH THE TIMES ...
Marvel Comics has created some significant diversity shifts in the characterizations of their superheroes as of late. There have been changes to the Captain America, Ms. Marvel, Spiderman and Thor…Continue
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Detroit Institute of the Arts / General Motors Center For African American Art
The GM Center for African American Art was established in 2000 and represents one of the first curatorial departments dedicated solely to African American art at…Continue
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REALITY OF MY SURROUNDINGS: The Contemporary Collection
at the Nasher Museum from October 1st 2015 to February 28, 2016…
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The Black Mans Theme-Spoken Word Poetry
Authentic spoken word poetry over a smoothed out beat and bass line. The commander of propaganda
Kamal Supreme aka Kamal Imani gives updated messages to the Black masses.
Red black and green is the set you rep
thats the bandana you should have on your head
red black and greens your flag!…
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Donald McKnight, 1965 graduate of Miami Palmetto Senior…
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FLAVA FRESH XII ! 2015 - 2016 …Continue
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Photography has provided ongoing and important narratives of Haiti’s people, art, culture and politics since the advent of the medium in the 19th century. From June 21 through October 4,…Continue
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Betye Saar Still Tickin'
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Often artwork is viewed in an environment that is “look but don’t touch“, but with this art installation the public is invited to come and participate.
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This quilt cover was made by an African American woman who was born into slavery. This heirloom was passed down from generation…
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Shops at ESSENCE Art Vendor Questionnaire: Minnie Watkins Fine Art
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“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” - BARACK OBAMAContinue
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SO ... WHAT'S A CBABI?
... WELL LET ME TELL YOU.
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN ART EXPERIENCE™
THE MISSING INGREDIENT -- Bassist, LOUIS JOHNSON (1955 - 2015)Continue
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