A group of approximately 70 Trump supporters marched from City Hall to the Museum of the American Indian in Lower Manhattan, where they unfurled banners and chanted “Back the Blue.”
The partnership with Signature African Art will present a two-part exhibition of work by artists reflecting on the African diaspora.
The bronze sculpture “Spirit of the Confederacy” was removed from Sam Houston Park in June and is now on display in the courtyard of the Houston Museum of African American Culture.
Sir Hans Sloane’s bust will be moved from prominent display to a secure cabinet alongside artifacts explaining his work in the context of the British empire.
The museum has faced widespread criticism after announcing an exhibition primarily featuring artworks purchased from Black Lives Matter and COVID-19 benefit sales.
Curator Cydnii Wilde Harris highlights some of her favorite works in the Black Lives Matter Video Essay Playlist.
This weekend, 15 artists set up easels and art equipment in downtown Portland, Oregon for a live painting action called the “Wall of Artists.”
Artist Marc Quinn covertly installed a sculpture of activist Jen Reid in place of a bronze of Edward Colston toppled by protesters in Bristol last month.
From See In Black’s $100 print sale to the Black School’s fundraiser to open a space in New Orleans, here are a few ways you can support BIPOC-led organizations with your dollars.
“Once we remove the remaining monuments, we can officially say that we were the former capital of the confederacy,” said Stoney in today’s briefing.
After flying for 126 years, the flag will go on display at the Museum of Mississippi History and Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.
The group Artists for Workers has created a website replicating that of the museum, but instead provides resources for anti-racist organizing.