The quest for equality: exhibition explores black citizenship in the age of Jim Crow

Publisher: 
Guardian
Date: 
September 5, 2018
At the New-York Historical Society, the difficulties faced by black Americans even after ‘freedom’ was gained are studied in a powerful new exhibition...These years following the civil war and the struggle for black citizenship and equality that defined them are the subject of Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, a new exhibit opening on at the New-York Historical Society and part of a new initiative at the museum exploring the history of freedom, equality, and civil rights in America. Black Citizenship – on view through 3 March – shines a light on the complexities of an era that spurred both advances and setbacks for black people in America, according to the curator. Read more…
Creative: Tronvig Group