A Legacy of Art and Activism: The Kitchen-Table Politics of Dr. Margaret Burroughs
National Women’s Studies Association
This presentation examines how precarities against which artist-teacher-activist Dr. Margaret Burroughs successfully deployed art and activism still threaten to destroy the legacy of racial pride and history she worked so tirelessly to create. By understanding Burroughs’ anti-racist efforts, we can better grasp the available means to counter these ongoing injustices.
English Language and Literature
Mary Ann Cain (2015).
A Legacy of Art and Activism: The Kitchen-Table Politics of Dr. Margaret Burroughs. Presented at National Women’s Studies Association, Milwaukee.
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