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Black Lives Matter Art Gallery

Even In Darkness Pecou
Photo credit: Courtesy of the artist, Dr. Fahamu Pecou
"Even in Darkness”, CL's July cover image - ©2020.
For the July issue, art director Blake Tannery called on four Atlanta artists to contribute pieces that illustrate their feelings with the United States at a crossroads in race relations. Since the killings of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and Rayshard Brooks — and countless other African Americans before them — the status quo is no longer acceptable. Every- thing must change — a “revolution of values,” as the Reverend Dr. Bernice King states, is in order, for Black lives to matter. The old ways of thinking are outdated. Systemic racism in our society must end.

 


 

W I L L I A M D O W N S William Downs


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"Living in a Daymare" - William Downs
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"unarmed" - Artist: William Downs

 


 

Zipporah Joe'l Zipporah Joe'l

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"Black is Infinite" - Artist: Zipporah Joe'l

 


 

Dr. Fahamu Pecou Dr. Fahamu Pecou


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REAL NEGUS DONT DIE: “Why We Stand (For George)” - Artist: Dr. Fahamu Pecou - ©2020
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REAL NEGUS DONT DIE: “Homebound (For Rayshard)" - Artist: Dr. Fahamu Pecou ©2020

 


 

Sachi Rome Sachi Rome


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"Young General" - Artist: Sachi Rome
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"Blues Breaking" - Artist: Sachi Rome


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