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Ritual

the birth of new freedom

July 20th 2019- August 17th 2019

Exploring African & African-American Ritual from a Womanist  Perspective The work of artist-activist, Charmaine Minniefield preserves  Black narratives as a radical act of social justice. Firmly rooted in  womanist social theory and ancestral veneration, her work draws from  indigenous traditions as seen throughout Africa and the Diaspora, to  explore African and African-American history, memory and ritual as an  intentional push back against erasure, displacement, and  misrepresentation. Her creative practice is community-based as her  research and resulting bodies of work draw from the physical archives of  a community, place or institution as she excavates the stories of  African-American women-led resistance, spirituality and power in  response to contemporary social landscapes.


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