Yale’s Beinecke Library marks the centennial of when 10,000 people marched silently through New York City, one of the earliest African American civil rights demonstrations.
Dread Scott Discusses Controversial Lynching Banner that Sparked Threats
For one week, the monumental flag bearing the text, “A MAN WAS LYNCHED BY POLICE YESTERDAY” flew outside Jack Shainman Gallery’s West 20th location as Dread Scott’s unfortunate update to the nearly identical one the NAACP once flew outside its Manhattan headquarters.
“A Man Was Lynched by Police Yesterday” Flag Goes Up in New York City
This week, we’ve witnessed another onslaught of senseless killings of Black people by police in the United States.
Signs of Protest: One Nation Working Together with Marker + Paper + Political Opinions
Washington, DC — This is a protest post. A post about a protest in the city that is Paris done in the American wide style (not the Las Vegas lights-and-money-style) on the banks of the Potomac; the city of pearly bureaucrats, and neo-cons, and neoclassical columns; all things National, American, U.S.A. This post explores the signs at last Saturday’s progressive protest, One Nation Working Together: Jobs, Justice, and Education for All.