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Join Live Free USA, Google, and Love Not Blood for ‘A Father’s Heart’: Part Two of the ‘Archaeology of Silence’ Speaker Series at De Young Museum in San Francisco

Join LIVE FREE USA and Co-Presenters Google and the Love Not Blood Campaign on Saturday, June 17th at 12:00 p.m. PST for part two of our ongoing “Archaeology of Silence” Speaker series.  Held at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, this second installment, “A Father’s Heart,” will bring together Black men who have lost their children to state violence and [...]

2023-06-09T12:26:15-04:00June 9th, 2023|Events, Gun Violence, Police Brutality|0 Comments

Mothers Who Lost Children to Violence Speak Out: a Panel Discussion with Gwen Carr, Wanda Cooper, and More

Over Mother's Day weekend, we had the opportunity to listen to the voices of women who have experienced the heartbreaking loss of their children due to systemic violence. It was a time to honor and celebrate the lives of their beloved children while also learning about the courageous fight these women are undertaking to seek justice on their behalf. Panelist: Gwen [...]

2023-06-08T18:22:37-04:00June 8th, 2023|Events, Gun Violence, Police Brutality|0 Comments

Register Now! Our Shared Struggled – Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence Speaker Series

Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence Speaker Series Developed in collaboration with Pastor Michael McBride and Sherrie Deans of Live Free USA, the Speaker Series will bring together some of the biggest names in culture, art, sports, and activism. Through panel discussions, performance, and collective healing practices, the six-part series offers a platform to those most affected by state-sanctioned violence and [...]

2023-10-09T14:33:33-04:00April 28th, 2023|Art, Events, Police Brutality|0 Comments

How Kehinde Wiley Is Reshaping the Monumental

Exploring the life and work of artist Kehinde Wiley, this film takes viewers on a journey from Wiley’s upbringing in South Central Los Angeles to his ascent as one of the world’s most iconic visual artists. Featuring interviews with the artist, his twin brother Taiwo Wiley, and his close friend and fellow artist Mickalene Thomas, the film supports the exhibition An [...]

2023-03-21T10:50:27-04:00March 21st, 2023|Events, News, Police Brutality|0 Comments

Kehinde Wiley’s New Exhibition Is a Chapel for Mourning

Kehinde Wiley’s New Exhibition Is a Chapel for Mourning New York Times - Dionne Searcey (SUMMARY) March 16, 2023 When Kehinde Wiley’s exhibition, “An Archaeology of Silence,” opens in the United States on March 18, the most important room some viewers might enter is one with no artwork at all. The “respite room” at the de Young Museum in San Francisco [...]

2023-03-17T11:28:03-04:00March 17th, 2023|Events, Gun Violence, News, Police Brutality|0 Comments
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