Race and Revolution

UConn Stamford is honored to have hosted the Race and Revolution art exhibition in Fall 2016. Race and Revolution aims to bring the conversation of race and racism from the past into the present.

Below are some of the powerful pieces that were displayed on campus from October 3 to November 30.

For more information, visit http://www.racerevolution.org/.

…and counting by Ann Lewis

…and counting by Ann Lewis

Se Siento El Miedo by Michelle Angela Ortiz
Champion by Cannupa Hanska Luger

‘Angry Indian’ Mask by Jorge Alberto Perez

Ultima Cena Para: Mulato, Lobo, Coyote, Cholo, Zambo, Salta Atras y Notentiendo (terminos usados en las colonies de Espana del silo 18 para la personas de “sangre impura.” by Jorge Alberto Perez

You Are on Indisneyian Land by Nicholas Galanin

Interview with UConn Stamford Campus Director, Terrence Cheng (WSTC, 1400 AM)


Interview with Kathryn Fuller, curator of Race and Revolution (WSTC, 1400 AM)


Race and Revolution launch at Governor’s Island, NY