The 1960–1970 decade was a momentous time for the civil rights movement in the American South. It was an historic decade that unleashed both hope for the future and profound change as public spaces were desegregated and as African Americans secured their right to vote. I AM A MAN: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement, 1960–1970 displays a wide range of photographs taken by amateurs, local photojournalists, and internationally known photographers. Together, they provide a vivid visual story of the evolution of the civil rights movement and shed light on the movement’s integration in daily living in the American South. I AM A MAN: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement, 1960–1970 is currently on display in the Maryland Hall Earl Gallery.
Maryland Hall Exhibitions:
I Am A Man: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement, 1960 -1970
On display from November 13 - January 2
A Time for Equity by Former Maryland Hall Openshaw Artist-in-Residence Wayman Scott
On display in the Martino Gallery until January 2024
Call For Entries: Peace on Earth: A Juried Photography Exhibit curated by photographer Bill Gaskins
Submission Deadline: 12/31
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