THE WOMANIST MOVEMENT
BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN WHITE WOMEN AND WOMEN OF COLOR
Join nine premiere women artists as they provoke conversations about racial constructs and historical dis-empowerment of women with the stroke of a brush, camera, needle and in clay. Invited to examine their own attitudes of entitlement and victimization, their art represents those choices.
Yvonne van Eijden, Velma Morris, Mary Barr Rhodes, Cynthia Lockhart, Tina Gutierrez, Edith Susarret Marrero, Gloria McConnaghy, Gabrielle McFarland, Jan Wiesner
WOMEN OF COLOR AND THE STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE IN CINCINNATI
An exhibit created by the University of Cincinnati as part of a research project focusing on equity. The exhibition centers on the voices and experiences of women of color in Cincinnati, sharing their visions of and hopes for the future.
This is an interactive art exhibit with featured interviews, booklets and audio tapes; the thoughts of Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi, Yvette Simpson, Maria Cabrera, Dr. Carolette Norwood, Brittany Bibb, Ariel Shaw, Heya Avila, Christina Brown, and Elaina Johns-Wolfe come to life for you.