Artistry and History as Tools to Promote Anti-Racist Activism

James Stewart, a white historian who writes, lectures and produces videos addressing the history of American white supremacy will speak about his collaboration with Black artist and illustrator Donald Walker. Walker counts among his patrons Oprah Winfrey, the late Johnny Cochran, Coretta Scott King, and several NBA basketball stars. Together, their collaboration has produced antiracism activism that links white suburbanites with Black urban dwellers. Jim's presentation explains how this collaboration works and how they hope art can serve as a link to both groups.


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