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From portraits to re-imaginings of historical figures such as Harriet Tubman to realistic renderings to conceptual experiments, these works evidence the ongoing struggle to affirm Black identity within an America marked since its founding by the legacy of slavery, segregation and racial discrimination. Organized by Tom McDonough, associate professor of art history, Binghamton University.

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