Fashion’s Role in Black Protest, 1863–1963
Fashion historian and assistant professor at Parsons School of Design Jonathan Michael Square and MFIT associate curator Elizabeth Way will be in conversation about the significance of fashion and self-presentation for Black Civil Rights leaders from the nineteenth century to the present. This program is also a part of the 1863–1963–2023 Project: Civil Rights in FIT’s Neighborhood project.
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Venue: Katie Murphy Ampitheatre
300 7th Avenue (Corner of 7th Avenue and 27th Street), New York, NY 10001
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