Black Male Attitudes from the Civil Rights Movement to Hip-Hop

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Saturday, November 19, 2011 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm

From the collection "Can You Hear me Now" by F. Geoffrey Johnson

<p>From the collection "Can You Hear me Now" by F. Geoffrey Johnson</p>

From the collection "Can You Hear me Now" by F. Geoffrey Johnson

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F. Geoffrey Johnson

CURRENTS is a visual art exhibit featuring works by F. Geoffrey Johnson and Kerly Suffren.  The exhibit features works by two men from two very different generations.  Geoffrey is in his 60’s grew up influenced by “Jim Crow” laws and the Civil Rights Movement; while Kerly in his thirties sites the influence of Hip-Hop culture as a major factor in shaping his sense of identity and politics.

Black Male Attitudes from the Civil Rights Movement to Hip-Hop is an intergenerational interactive performance panel featuring Fahamu Pecou,  MONDU, Edward Garnes, Jon Goode, Jim Alexander, and Mausiki Scales.

 

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