All posts tagged Chester Grundy

Frank X Walker: MY Old Kentucky Home

BY FRANK X WALKER I love Kentucky. I’m a proud graduate of UK. Much of my art is about identity, place, family, and social justice issues, so I hope you will allow me to add my two cents in the […]

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February Reflections on Black History Month: by Chester Grundy

Ace February 1, 2001 February Reflections More than just a 'footnote' By Chester Grundy History, despite its wrenching pain Cannot be unlived, and if faced With courage, need not be lived

Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America

Without Sanctuary Lynching photography in America By Walter Howerton Jr. Sometimes our darkest secrets come back to haunt us. We swear ourselves to secrecy about terrible things. And we exact promises



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