Seeing it through: A visual manifestation of the Black Panther Party's legacy in Portland

When

Sat, Jan 11, 2020 to
Sun, Mar 01, 2020

First come, first served.

Seeing it through

This exhibition is open during Central Library's hours of operation.

Black history is far more than the Civil Rights era.

In response to the racism that marginalized and harmed Black Portlanders, the Portland Black Panther Party formed its Portland Chapter in 1969. Their goal was to build equity for the oppressed in our city.

This exhibition features artwork by Elijah Hasan and the HeArt Gallery that responds to the legacy of the Black Panthers' Ten-Point Program.

Opening reception on Saturday, January 11, 3-5 pm. Explore the legacy of the Portland Black Panther Party through art, music and storytelling featuring Kent Ford. Light refreshments will be served.

Target audience:

Adults, Families, Teens

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Exhibitions

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