This was a part of a filming program myself, and a few others from Nimitz did and other schools. We all made a PSA and now it’s on for voting with three other schools who made one in the Dallas area! We need to win, because the winner gets their commerical/PSA played on TV! Please help us out it will mean A LOT. please reblog. please take a few seconds to VOTE. (you can vote as many times as you want!) thanks everyone!
With each exhibition, we will post interviews with the participating artists along with a photo of said artists in their studios and images of their work. In the future, we will post videos of artist interviews. “Observing Observing (a white cup)” opens September 12th and continues through October 31, 2015 Curated by Eric Elliott, Michael Howard & Norman Lundin. More than twenty artists (both…
Here’s a little snippet of Dr. Nimtz explaining has he got these slave ship manifestos from his father who worked in customs and was told to destroy them…Thank God he didn’t. (at Golden Thyme on Selby)
All I asked was if I was pretty? These muthaf*ckers laughed at me straight in the face. Put your hands down, it ain’t nothin to raise the roof with 😰💀🔫👋🏼😂. Getting some supplies down at Nimitz Party City. (at Party City Nimtz)
This is as real as it gets. Actual slave ship manifestos from New Olreans (the biggest slave port in the Gulf and center of sugar cane production in the U.S.) that were supposed to be destroyed (covered-up).
Thank you Dr. August Nimtz Jr. for your wonderful presentations on the Transatlantic Slave Trade with Group Soldarity.