Vision & Justice Online: dream hampton in Conversation with Geena Rocero

Still from Treasure: From Tragedy to Trans Justice, Mapping a Detroit Story, 2015. Courtesy dream hampton
Still from Treasure: From Tragedy to Trans Justice, Mapping a Detroit Story, 2015. Courtesy dream hampton

How has the death of a transgender African American teenager changed the debate around justice in the United States?

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Vision & Justice: Ingrid Monson on Roy DeCarava

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The professor of African American music reflects on rhythm and jazz in the 1950s.

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Vision & Justice: Awol Erizku

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A young photographer finds inspiration in Old Masters and Afropunk.

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Vision & Justice Online: Jamel Shabazz in Conversation with Michaela Angela Davis

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The legendary street photographer speaks about his impulse to record African American life.

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Vision & Justice: Wynton Marsalis on Frank Stewart

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The legendary jazz trumpeter, composer, and teacher reflects on ancestry and ceremony in New Orleans.

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Vision & Justice: Around the Kitchen Table

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Five voices from the fields of theater, photography, and art history to reflect on one of Carrie Mae Weems’s most iconic projects.

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Vision & Justice: A Curriculum by Hank Willis Thomas

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The photographer and multimedia artist shares the books, shows, and films that have shaped his life.

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Vision & Justice Online: Ming Smith and the Kamoinge Workshop

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Routinely excluded from the mainstream art world, in the 1960s, a group of African American photographers formed a collective to promote their work.

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Vision & Justice Online: She Walked in Beauty

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In the 1960s, Jet magazine captured African American life with grace and power. For an influential screenwriter, one cover was personal.

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