The ‘Black Survival Guide, Or How to Live Through a Police Riot’ is on display at the Tweed Museum
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, these pictures are worth more than words. The feelings can overcome the mind when staring into these images.
The ‘Black Survival Guide, Or How to Live Through a Police Riot’ is on display at the Tweed Museum. The exhibit was bought to the Tweed to empower the Northlands People of Color.
"It is a very enticing exhibit. It is important to be able to decolonize the Tweed and open it up to make it a more transparent museum than it should be”, said Anja Chávez, Director of the Tweed Museum of Art.
The title of this exhibit could stop you in your tracks; make you think deep. During its time at the Tweed, the images are generating a lot of feedback.
Visiting museums like the Tweed is a way to explore different cultures, places, and moments in history.
"Through museums, in your mind, and through literature, you can. Museums are supposed to entice people to go down those paths of curiosity and learning. I hope people would want to learn."
The exhibit is on display at the Tweed Museum on the campus of U-M-D until January 25, 2022. To learn more about the museum, visit their website.