Workshop

I haven’t been here for awhile. I spent today gathering data. Here’s some of what I found.

Here’s some more.

And some more. People are working.

Note that the crowd in Jenna is not entirely Black. Movements are never simply homogenous, undifferentiated. When I lived in Berkeley in the mid 1980s, South Berkeley, my grandmother asked me if the neighborhood was integrated. She grew up in Texarkana, Arkansas and moved to Los Angeles in the early 1940s. I told her that it was integrated an integrated neighborhood, Black and Brown. we both laughed.

I've never seen it in print,
I have yet to read it in print,
but we assume that integrated
but we assume that integrated
always means integrated with
always means integrated with
“]the "white" majority. [Who's holding that sign?]
Bring a free mind. All can play.
Bring a free mind. All can play.

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