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Our Human Family’s Celebration of Black History Month 2021: A Retrospect

Another February has come and gone and with it another Black History Month. I don’t know about you, but this one will be penned in red in my journal, and not because of the harsh wake-up call that we live in an age in which the work of artists is routinely commodified in a race to the bottom. “Right this way…




​Our Human Family celebrates the inherent value of all human beings by fostering conversations on racial equity, allyship, inclusion, antiracism, and equality.

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Clay Rivers

Clay Rivers

Artist, author, accidental activist, & editorial dir of Our Human Family ( and ). Twitter: @clayrivers

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