A young man with curly hair holds a sign that says "I can't Breath. Justice for George Floyd" with several people standing on either side of him.

I’m sharing a video was that was released late yesterday of a University of Arizona Museum of Art panel I participated in on 12/17/2020 in which my work, Tucson Black Voices was selected to be part of an online art exhibit entitled, “Changing Perspectives 2020: A Community Reflects.” The panel discussed the topic of art as activism and radical acts of self-care.

I had the good fortune to participate as a panelist along with Randeisia Fletcher, painter and writer, and Em Miller, artist activist. I invite you to watch this engaging presentation. My segment is from minute marker 38:38-54:26.

https://youtu.be/5W1qrg5t4SQ

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