NEGRITUDE: Art on Black Broadway

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Left to right: Semira Robinson, Darius Scott, Donroy Ferdinand, Jr., Kaine Geoffrion, and Precious Swinton.
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 Howard University’s visual art majors recently participated in the annual visual arts student exhibition, this year’s theme, Negritude, based on DC’s famous Black Broadway. The theme centers around how Black Broadway during the Jim Crow era still inspires generations of Black American expression today. The exhibition took place at Dupont Underground.

Click ▶️ to listen to Aquil Starks, Jr.’s AURN News story:

Christopher White (@cwhite.solo)
Kendall Robsinson (@Kendallrobin.son)

Special thanks to Natalie Rose Courtney, creator of this year’s theme and senior at Howard University. For more about the Negritude exhibition please visit their official Instagram account @Negritude222.

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