The Black Art Depot Today

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Country:United States
State/Province:Georgia
Location:Atlanta

The Black Art Depot Today is a blog that focuses on keeping all people interested in African American and other ethnic art informed of what is going on in the ethnic art industry.



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Isaac Woodard, Jr. was born on March 18th, 1919. He served his country proudly in World War II but is remembered for the tragic wounds he suffered as a victim of racism and police brutality after the war. The events surrounding his maiming, especiall...

Pan-Africanism is both a philosophy and a movement which seeks to unite every man and woman of African origin irrespective of their location,  religious or cultural affiliations. It was only natural for Pan-Africanism to take shape in early to mid 2...

The Osun-Osogbo Sacred Grove is a cultural spectacle which the Yoruba people of South-West Nigeria, and indeed Nigerians at large, hold very dear. Basically, this grove is a dense forest featuring sacred huts, shrines and wooden, metal and clay works...

Introduction The emancipation of the all slaves in the West Indies by the Danish Government in 1848 did little to end the existence of slavery. Despite the emancipation, many people of African descent were still in forced slavery or working under sla...

Introduction The emancipation of the all slaves in the West Indies by the Danish Government in 1848 did little to end the existence of slavery. Despite the emancipation, many people of African descent were still in forced slavery or working under sla...

Introduction The recent release of 20th Century Fox’s “Hidden Figures” marks an important time in our national history and presents an interesting opportunity for the Black Art Depot community. As evident in our tagline, we pride ourselves on b...

The Akwamu Slave Revolt of 1733 on St. John was a rebellion against slavery imposed by the Danish plantation owners. The revolution started in 1733-1734 during which armed Akwamu slaves captured the contested Danish West Indies Island of St. John. Th...