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Fashion’s Role in Black Protest, 1863–1963

Oct 03 | Tue |
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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.

Please note that attending is on a first-come, first-served basis with RSVP.

If you require accommodations due to a disability please contact to discuss your needs. The request should be provided with enough time to reasonably setup the accommodation.

Venue: Katie Murphy Ampitheatre

300 7th Avenue (Corner of 7th Avenue and 27th Street), New York, NY 10001 Map