City People: Black Baltimore in the Photographs of John Clark Mayden

  Read the gallery guide here. This past spring, I began my curatorial fellowship work with Sheridan Library. The library recently acquired about 100 prints from local street photographer, John Clark Mayden, which they sought to display in both an exhibit and book, Baltimore Lives: The Portraits of John Clark Mayden.  Before I curated a small exhibit […]

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Summer 2017

My summer. In early June, I returned home after finishing up 2 years at a university’s Office of Housing and graduating. In just a week, I took a train from North Carolina to Pennsylvania and began a week and a half Civil Rights Bus Tour (which I blogged briefly about). From there, I took a […]

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The Revolution Will Be Televised: Second Musing of a Protester

Gil Scott-Heron- The Revolution Will Not Be Televised The revolution will not be televised, will not be televised Will not be televised, will not be televised The revolution will be no re-run brothers The revolution will be live #RekiaBoyd #FreddieGray #NatashaMcKenna #MikeBrown #TamirRice # #LennonLacy #WalterScott #EricHarris #TonyRobinson #JohnCrawford #TerranceKellom #AiyanaStanleyJones #AnthonyHill #JasonHarrison #Toomanynamestoomanyhashtags Hashtag […]

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