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Schools for the Colored @ Mercer County College

April 6 - May 19 at Mercer County College, 127 N Broad St, Trenton NJ Artist Talk and Reception April 12, 5:00 - 8:00pm […] Read More

April Lecture at PhotoAlliance

I will be delivering a presentation about recent work on April 7 at PhotoAlliance. This event will take place at the Art Institute of San Francisco Lecture Hall at 7:00pm. Get more info!  #redsummer #manifest #photography #photoalliance #sanfrancisco […] Read More

Schools for the Colored on @ArtPhotoIndex

Thanks to Art Photo Index for selecting the Schools for the Colored as this weeks featured project […] Read More

#Manifest @HuffingtonPost

Zahara Hill at The Huffington Post has created a brief article and selected a portfolio of my work from the Manifest project — "This Chilling Photo Collection Captures Fascinating Black History Artifacts" […] Read More

Frederick Douglass: Body, Spirit & Image in the #Manifest Project

I was a visiting faculty member at Rochester Institute of Technology when I began working on the first images that would later become the Manifest portfolio. One of the first objects that I photographed was a lock of Frederick Douglass' hair in the collection of the Rush Rhees Library at the University of Rochester. In […] Read More

The #Manifest Project on the Daily Mail UK

Works from the Manifest portfolio are on the Daily Mail UK […] Read More

“Haunted Places: Race, Architecture and the American Landscape” at Lycoming College Art Gallery

Feb 24 - April 1, 2017, Lycoming College Art Gallery, Williamsport, PA WENDEL WHITE: HAUNTED PLACES: RACE, ARCHITECTURE and the AMERICAN LANDSCAPE Reception: Friday, March 3, 2017, 5-9 p.m. Gallery Talk by Wendel White: 5:30 p.m Wendel White’s exhibition includes work from two projects; "Schools for the Colored" and "Red Summer.” Each project is concerned […] Read More

#SchoolsfortheColored @photoeyebooks for #reviewsantafe

from Instagram: http://ift.tt/2fHhWka Thank you @photoeyebooks for exhibiting works from #schoolsforthecolored during @centersantafe #reviewsantafe […] Read More

Red Summer – Elaine Arkansas, 1919

"Batch of Negroes Doomed to Death: Six of 122 Blacks Indicted for Arkansas Riots are Tried, Convicted and Sentenced to Death in Day" Helena, Ark. November 1 [1919] The riots in Elaine Arkansas (Oct 1, 1919) by some accounts were among the most deadly and widespread of the Red Summer. Death tolls vary widely and scholars […] Read More

New Works – Red Summer

"Mob Threw Negro Child Into Fire" East St. Louis, IL 1917 This photograph was made near the original location of the Broadway Opera House in which many African Americans died when the building was burned by rioters. This project is a survey of sites where race riots occurred in the American landscape between 1917 and […] Read More

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