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Memorial da Resistance opens exhibition on black citizenship

The Resistance Memorial, in São Paulo, opens today (4) the exhibition Memories of the Future: Black Citizenship, Anti-racism and Resistance. The exhibition, with free admission, addresses the struggles for rights led by the black population in the state of São Paulo since 1888.Memorial da Resistance opens exhibition on black citizenship

Curated by sociologist and writer Mário Augusto Medeiros da Silva and supported by researchers Pâmela de Almeida Resende and Carolina Junqueira Faustini, the exhibition is made up of around 450 materials such as photos, posters and documents, in addition to the participation of artists such as Bruno Baptistelli, Geraldo Film, and João Pinheiro.

Among the topics presented are the black press and literature, the artistic expressions portrayed in samba groups and schools, folk theater, black dances and hip hop, the period of the dictatorship, the persecution of African and Afro-Brazilian religious practices, redemocratization and black feminism.

The show will be on display at the Memorial da Resistance in São Paulo until May 8, 2023.

The exhibition was created in collaboration with the Coalização Negra por Direitos, the magazine O Menelick 2º Ato, the Capulanas Cia de Arte Negra and the Ilú Obá de Min, the Edgar Leuenroth Archive (AEL) of the State University of Campinas (Unicamp), the Archive of the State of São Paulo, the Museum of Image and Sound, the Pinacoteca do Estado and the Council for the Defense of Historical, Archaeological, Artistic and Touristic Heritage of the State of São Paulo (Condephaat).

The Resistance Memorial is located at Largo General Osório, 66 – Santa Ifigênia, central region of São Paulo. The exhibition is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm, except on Tuesdays.

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