Tuesday, June 09, 2020

Kansas City Arts Community Curates Content In Honor Of #BlackLivesMatter

A worthwhile glimpse at the culture of this town changing . . . This mag dominated by some of the most respected arts writers in Kansas City now dedicated digital pages to a global protest and it's local impact.

Checkit:

BLACK LIVES MATTER

In honor of George Floyd, whose funeral is today, and in recognition of how Black art embodies the spirit of "Black Lives Matter," the following images have been selected in solidarity with Kansas City Black artists. Designed and assembled by Amanda Rehagen

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I especially like the one titled
"Black Cat In A Coal Mine At Midnight"!

Such nuance! So subtle! What an inspired piece of ---- ART!

Anonymous said...

Was that a kitty cat or a cool cat?

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Just have a pile of broken glass. That would be the ultimate tribute

Anonymous said...


Remember David Dorn today and his family. David Dorn was shot down in cold blood by the hate group Black Lives Matter.

Anonymous said...

^^No. Go pretend to care elsewhere.

MDSF said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idA4NWlk-gc

Anonymous said...

^^Pro tip CHUD: Don't post links. Nobody reads them.

Wilbur Zittles said...

Public Opinion Is The God Of Cowards.

MDSF said...

....Hey 11:29..."Chuddy-Buddy"....people DO read em'....
But, you listen to this one........go ahead..Hi-Lite it and press 'go find w/ Google' Ya'know? See, ya' learn something
ever' day.......

~cheers!