Generations of Black Art

All of this evocative chromatic movement subtly conveys the development of the Black Power movement that first took frank stock of the stark contrast between the nature of the lives of Black and White people given the concerted violence (political, social, economic, physical) meted out to Black people in defense of White supremacy.
BIG READ: Finding the Heart of a Nation in Generations of Black Art

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