Black Resistance and Persistence

Black Resistance and Persistence is a collection of stories about anti-Black racism in America and the lasting legacy of the transatlantic slave trade. Slavery legally “ended” in 1865, but Black people still experience violence, systematic disenfranchisement, and exclusion from health care, education, and economic and political life. At its core, this exhibition is about the fight for justice, equity, and inclusion.

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