The Chicago Cultural Center is featuring
"Art and Race Matters: The Career of Robert Colescott is the first comprehensive retrospective of one of America’s most compelling and controversial artists, Robert Colescott (1925-2009). In his large-scale paintings, Colescott confronted deeply embedded cultural hierarchies involving race, gender, and social inequality in America with fearless wit and irony. "
Chicago Cultural Center is located at 78 E. Washington St.
Highlighting a Wonderful Research Resource!
Nikole Hannah-Jones joined a candid discussion of the project and ways to share the new books “The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story” and “Born on the Water” with students. From the New York Times Magazine
Elmhurst University students, faculty and staff can obtain a subscription to the New York Times by signing up with your Elmhurst email account at this link https://library.elmhurst.edu/newssources