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Art and Activism at Tougaloo College

October 22, 2022 - January 16, 2023

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Thought Provoking Exhibitions

We create a focus on art that brings Positive change from local community members and activists.

Events That Impact Culture

From book discussions to esteemed panels on education, housing.

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  • BEATRICE’S LEDGER: GROWING UP IN THE JIM CROW SOUTH with Ruth and Vivian Martin and Jeffrey Ogbar
    Nov 01, 7:00 PM
    Mark Twain House and Museum, 385 Farmington Ave, Hartford, CT 06105, USA
    In-person event with local authors and scholars, Dr. Ruth Martin and Dr. Vivian Martin discuss Ruth’s new memoir, BEATRICE’S LEDGER: GROWING UP IN THE JIM CROW SOUTH. Discussion moderated by UConn History professor Dr. Jeffrey Ogbar. Event is $5 at the Mark Twain House & Museum.
  • THE GRIMKES: A LEGACY OF SLAVERY IN AN AMERICAN FAMILY with author Kerri Greenidge
    Nov 29, 7:00 PM
    Virtual Event
    The Amistad Center for Art & Culture and The Mark Twain House & Museum present Tufts Professor Kerri K Greenidge on THE GRIMKES: A LEGACY OF SLAVERY IN AN AMERICAN FAMILY with Mark Twain House & Museum Education Program Coordinator Dr. Erin Bartram.
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Become an Ally to 
Positive Change

support our mission to celebrate the art and culture influenced by people of African descent, through education, scholarship and social experiences.