Red Summer

Centennial of 1918 Philadelphia Race Riots

July 28, 1918 race riots in Philadelphia were part of a national series of racial conflicts that have been an ongoing aspect of the American struggle for equality and social justice. This project is concerned with the places in the American landscape where the concentration of post-war conflict occurred between 1917 and 1923, with the […] Read More

Red Summer Installed in Brooklyn

Images from the Red Summer project installed on The FENCE 2018 in Brooklyn […] Read More

Red Summer on The FENCE 2018

Work from the Red Summer project will be included in The FENCE 2018 exhibition […] Read More

Red Summer and Manifest at Duke University

Manifest exhibition at the Archive of Documentary Arts, Rubenstein Library, Duke University February 17 to June 3, 2018 Location: Rubenstein Photography Gallery Artist talk and reception at the Center for Documentary Studies, Feb 21, 2018 – 6:00 p.m. Red Summer exhibition at the Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University February 21 to June 2, 2018  Location: Lyndhurst […] Read More

#RedSummer #Chicago July, 27, 1919 #raceriot

A plaque near this location reads: “Sunday July 27, 1919 a group of boys rafting on Lake Michigan drifted over an invisible racial barrier. Rocks were thrown from the breakwater and Eugene Williams was struck. His drowning sparked a week-long race riot that resulted in scores of deaths and injuries.” […] Read More

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