"Black and Puerto Rican Art Movements," Yasmin Ramirez, the Black Bag Speakers, PSU, 2006
Dr. Yasmin Ramirez’ lecture entitled: “The iconography of Black and Puerto Rican Art Movements, 1960s-1980s: a comparative study of arts activism and social change in New York City during the post civil rights era.”
Introduction by Ethan Johnson, Associate Professor.
Vocal performer K. Peterson at 02:07.
Ramirez begins 07:30.
Brief interruption between 1:00:06-1:00:27.
Program ends abruptly during talk.
Sponsored by the Black Studies Department and the Multicultural Center, Portland State University.
Art movements -- United States -- History -- 20th century, Puerto Rican Art, Black Art
Art and Design | Social History | United States History
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Ramirez, Yasmin, ""Black and Puerto Rican Art Movements," Yasmin Ramirez, the Black Bag Speakers, PSU, 2006" (2006). The Black Bag Speakers Series. 14.