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Art Read: Black Art History in Dallas, Texas

Read Article In Dallas you pass by black art every day and you might not even know it Bibliography: King, J. (2018). In Dallas You Pass by Black Art Every Day and You Might Not Even Know It | Commentary | Dallas News. [online] Dallasnews.com. Available at: https://goo.gl/gdRr5R Advertisements

2016 The End | My Rotating Act with Emotional Expression: I Love Black Art

About ART | library Deco sweet as the moment when art went “Pop” I was exposed to art at an early age and have always gravitated to it – regardless of genre. Today, I am engulfed in African American Art and how it has impacted society. I thrive off of being able to create online … Continue reading

Social Rants

... Meet Helen Porter Wright (88 years old) and Doris Williams (90 years old) - childhood friends since the 1st grade! They both are educators and native AUSTINITES _ from the East side!! Both attended Blackshear Elementary together. Amazing Friday. #ubettathink2019 #fridaysbelikethis🍻 #atxbougieblack #atxregalblackwomen 💋👠💄😍
Meet Former Council Woman, Or a Houston - The Lady with the Purple Hair! #blackshearelementary #fridaysbelikethis🍻 #friendlyricelegacy #atxbougieblack
Women of Austin Texas! #blackshearelementary #communitypartners #goodmorningworld🌎
...up early at the Friendly Rice Blackshear Elementary 50th Reunion. He was the Principal from 1931-1972. This is the Mural Created in his honor, by Ryan Runcie. In the community, for the community, by the community. #goodmidmorningworld #atxbougieblack
...my guests tonight at the Round Rock (Texas) Library: Austin's Black Women in Jazz Lecture Series. #ubettathink2019 #roundrockpubliclibrary #blackwomeninjazz #roundrocktexas
Round# 1 Lecture ...it's going down tonight! Austin's Africsn American Women in Jazz -Ft. Margaret Wright and Ernie Mae Miller. #blackwomeninjazz #atxbougieblack #roundrockpubliclibrary #blackarchivesmatter #thursdaynightsbelike👌
...look what I found! Mrs. Algerene M. Akins Craig was the first Black elementary school and public librarian in Texas (1930s) and organized the Blackshear Elementary School Library (Austin, TX) with limited resources. She was a graduate of Prairie View A&M University and received her library science certification at the University of Southern California. She will be honored on May 1st at the Carver Museum in an Exhibition - I had the opportunity to Co- Curate!!! Amazing history #ubettathink2019 #allmyfriendsreadbooks #21stcenturyabolitionist #blackarchivesmatter #blacklibrariansrock
#thisveryinstant ##ubettathink2019 #thursdaynightsbelike👌 #realcool
: My 2019 Texas Library Association Annual Conference Experience #thelibrarylife #atxbougieblack #ubettathink2019 #allmyfriendsreadbooks
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