(Photos) Preservation of a Site Related to Georgia Midwife, Beatrice Borders

Post originally appeared on Ethos Preservation Instagram page: Preservation in action! Today this group kicked off a Preservation Plan for the Georgia B. Williams Nursing Home in Camilla, Georgia! Here, Beatrice Borders, a third generation African-American midwife, operated a nursing home from 1941 to 1971, delivering over 6,000 babies! Providing an essential service through segregation … More (Photos) Preservation of a Site Related to Georgia Midwife, Beatrice Borders

Reflections – Conversation: ATL Streetwear

Written by: Sophia V. Nelson On Wednesday, January 8, 2020, the High Museum of Art hosted Conversation: ATL Streetwear, which was part of the educational programming accompanying the Museum’s temporary exhibition, Virgil Abloh: “Figures of Speech.” The event’s emcee, Kenny Burns, expressed that streetwear derives from people with limited traditional fashion-world resources, who have the … More Reflections – Conversation: ATL Streetwear

”Black Cosmopolitan: James Weldon Johnson In An Age of Empire”

EDIT: After further research, “Black Cosmopolitan: James Weldon Johnson in an Age of Empire” closed December 12, 2019 (via Stuart A. Rose website). It may be a good idea to call and confirm with Stuart A. Rose Archive personnel. Raise your hand if you’re a geek for archive exhibits! Here’s a beautiful one, “Black Cosmopolitan: … More ”Black Cosmopolitan: James Weldon Johnson In An Age of Empire”