Black Lives Matter: Fashion, Liberation, and the Fight for Freedom Exhibit

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Program Type: Exhibit
Age Group: Adults

Program Details


Explore the history of the Black Lives Matter movement and its relationship to politics, activism and fashion through an exhibit created by Iowa State University students.

Using historic and cultural methodologies, the exhibition highlights the different ways clothing, fashion, appearance, and styles have been an example of resistance, rebellion, and negotiations of Black politics historically and today.

Provided in partnership with Ames Public Library and Iowa State University College of Human Sciences Department of Apparel, Events & Hospitality Management.


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