In This exhibit was first seen at the Spokane downtown library from January through March. Now we will be moving two E. Central Community Center we were able find it’s permanent home. But it will be made available to other institutions and galleries if you’re interested contact Robert Lloyd at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coming soon to East Central Community Ctr. 500 S. Stone.
If You Really Knew Me you’d know that I’m the Black guy photographing your events and meetings. If You Really Knew Me you’d know I am a supporter of community building (4comculture.com). If You Really Knew Me you’d know I taught my photography students that good photographs have four components.
This exhibition has
- Impact – size 4 x 5 feet
- Technique – cutting edge technology: CherryPIX video
- Design/Composition – bold colors, striking brush strokes and textures, interaction
- Content – in depth storytelling, stereotype blowing, media mixing, community building
If you would like to take part and meet new friends, you’ll visit East Central Community Ctr. 500 S. Stone Spokane WA for First Thur each month at10 AM coffee discussion.
IF YOU REALLY KNEW ME Stories of Survivors and Warriors.
This exhibit we’ll be House & display at the E. Central Community Ctr. May.
This will be a traveling exhibit and can be made available for exhibitions at your gallery or institution. contact Robert Lloyd at email@example.com
Photographs by Robert Lloyd
Video by Doug Dalton and DaShawn Bedford
Wendy Levy for The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture
A collaborative, interactive photography exhibition in honor of Human Trafficking Awareness month in Spokane, these photographs were created with local women survivors and warriors. We hope these images and stories raise awareness, engagement and political will, so all those still in risk may find safety and freedom.
A project of The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture, The Spokane Human Rights Commission, Community-Minded Television,The Jonah Project and Spokane Arts Supply
Our heartfelt sympathies go out to those in the social justice arena suffering loss: Phillip Tyler, Mr. & Mrs. Poindexter, Rachel Dolezal, Children of the Movement.
- In the movie Roman J. Israel, Esq. lost sight of his own personal needs in a 39 year struggle.
- “We felt ‘called’ to save the world from racism, poverty, and war. We willingly risked our lives. But too seldom did we stop to recognize the burden we placed on our children.” Andrew Young
- In the book CHILDREN OF THE MOVEMENT by John Blake the sons and daughters of MARTIN LUTHER KING JR., MALCOLM X, ELIJAH MUHAMMAD, GEORGE WALLACE, ANDREW YOUNG, JULIAN BOND, STOKELY CARMICHAEL, BOB MOSES, JAMES CHANEY, ELAINE BROWN, and others reveal how the civil rights movement tested and transformed their families.
- “Life is chaos. Be kind.” Devon Waine Tyler
- “Let’s be kind. You never know what someone Is going through.” Phillip Tyler
Anthony McPherson Arvind Nandakumar Asia Bryant-Wilkerson Christopher Michael Damien McClendon Ed Mabrey Jahman Hill Kenneth Something Kofie Dadzie Michael Harriot RJ Walker Rudy Francisco Steven Willis Yaw Kyeremateng
Read the story by local writer Sara Saybo on winner Arvind Nandakumar:
Dominique Christina is a poet, activist, educator, mother and African American. She spoke to two audiences in Spokane. On the Saranac rooftop she spoke to a predominantly young feminist crowd. The next evening she spoke at Gonzaga University to young creative writing students and local writers. When organizations bring talented and gifted speakers to town who bring messages of interest to a Black audience there appears to be a disconnect. Either we don’t get the message or we don’t give a damn about the message. Both engagements were free to the public. Gonzaga University has a whole program this fall around hate. Communities for Justice Fall Events
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YOU ARE PROTECTED ONLY IF WE THE PROTECTED CLASSES ORGANIZE AND JOIN WITH POOR PEOPLE AND STOP THE POLICIES OF DONALD TRUMP.
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What’s the Next Step? Subscribe to the Black Lens News, write an article in the Black Lens News, follow 4comculture.com. 4comculture has been posting events and things you can do. Become media literate and savvy. When your politicians hold town hall meetings show up. This past week there were two. If you weren’t there, here they are:
- Maria Cantwell’s Town Hall meeting: https://www.facebook.com/senatorcantwell/videos/1987392528204307/
- Cathy McMorris Rodgers’ Town Hall meeting: https://www.facebook.com/ksps/videos/vb.60581587193/10154911576702194/?type=2&theater
Here are nine of the 20 people who showed up at Washington United Black Agenda Spokane.
If you want to see who showed up at the town hall meetings, photos are posted at 4comculture.