Artist Howard T. Cash explores the impact of the Civil Rights Movement in the US of the 1950’s and 1960’s and measures its relevance and presence in today’s society. He will facilitate an intergenerational dialogue among those who were present during the Movement with the younger generation of today. One of the most crucial topics to be explored in this dialogue includes:
What are some of the freedoms, rights and opportunities sought after, secured and realized based on actions of the Civil Rights Movement?
This dialogue, in addition to photography studies, will contribute to visual arts presentation.
When & Where
Bronx Council on the Arts
"A pioneering advocate for cultural equity, the Bronx Council on the Arts nurtures the development of a diverse array of artists and arts organizations, and builds strong cultural connections in and beyond The Bronx".