Tag Archives: African American Cultural Heritage

Final Update: Culture and Resistance: Civil Rights Photography – Memphis 1968

As a conclusion to the three year project researching and exhibiting my photographic essay, the completed exhibition, thesis paper and didactic panels, minus three photographic prints, are now in the permanent collection of the Special Collections at University of Memphis.  One of the two prints not included in the donation is now housed in the Workers Interfaith Network office in Memphis, TN and the other two were given to the family of the now deceased Mr. Lyles Caldwell, a sanitation worker during the 1968 strike.

Additionally, a facsimile of the photographic essay and exhibition has been accepted into the permanent collection of the Human Rights Education Institute in Couer d’Alene, Idaho.

Link to the Special Collections at University of Memphis: http://www.memphis.edu/libraries/special-collections/index.php

Link to the Human Rights Education Institute: http://hrei.org/other-info/event-images/

2 Comments

Filed under Arts of Africa and African Diaspora

Celebrating Black History Month: C. H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa

I am honored and pleased to have exhibited at C.H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa in Memphis as part of the 5th annual Black History Month celebration this past February.

For more information see: http://www.memphis.edu/chucalissa/

And to learn more about the African American cultural heritage work of the museum see: http://southwestmemphis.com/

IMG_8407

  IMG_8397

IMG_8400

IMG_8401

Leave a comment

Filed under Arts of Africa and African Diaspora