Going Live in New Haven

During the fall and winter we acquired various works of art for our collection. Now that we have catalogued most of our new holdings and have made even more contacts with New Haven teachers and librarians we’re ready to share the pop-up in New Haven. We’re starting out in high schools. To see what we’re spotlighting, check out The Art of Black Dissent checklist.



Art in this shot: Criminal Justice Reform Now by Chip Thomas @jetsonorama; Spectres of Liberty by Dara Greenwald, Olivia Robinson, and Josh MacPhee @jmacphee; A Man Was Lynched Yesterday; and Silent Protest Parade on Fifth Avenue, New York City


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