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September 12, 2018 @ 10:00 am
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On display Wednesday through Saturday , 10a.m. -4p.m. through October 27, 2018

Civil Unrest In Review: Photographs by Eric Pan

A compelling exhibition of vibrant photographs taken by Chinese-American photographer, Eric Pan. His works capture the protests that followed the verdicts of Darrin Wilson and Jason Shockley, two white policemen who shot and killed Michael Brown, Jr. and Anthony Lamar Smith. Pan’s photographs are complemented by additional photographs by Richard Riley and Mark Loehrer. The exhibit also includes memorabilia collected during the protests and collected by Marissa Southard. A video showing archival footage of ground-level protests round out the show.

Details

Date:
September 12, 2018
Time:
10:00 am
Cost:
$3.75
Event Website:
thegriotmuseum.com

Venue

The Griot Museum of Black History
2505 St. Louis Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63106 United States
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Phone:
3142417057

Organizer

Lois D. Conle, Founder, Executive Director, The Griot Museum of Black History
Phone:
314-241-7057
Email:
thegriotmuseum@aol.com
Organizer Website:
thegriotmuseum.com

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