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Gallery Conversation » The Cotton Pickers
Join Museum Educator Raven Cook as she discusses Black identity in America and the mobility of Black women throughout history through the lens of Winslow Homer’s The Cotton Pickers. Homer depicts two Black women in a seemingly endless field of cotton. Their stature suggests power and perseverance. How do depictions of Blackness in art aid or hinder the perception of Blackness in America? This question and more will be discussed in our gallery conversation.
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