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‘Really Rough Scrubbing Brush’ Takes Aim at “Blackfishing”

Olivia Sterling painting Pasty Legs Begone from Really Rough Scrubbing Brush
Olivia Sterling's Really Rough Scrubbing Brush discusses the politicization of plus-size Black bodies in media.
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Met’s ‘The New Woman Behind the Camera’: Photographers Who Always Inspire

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The Met is showcasing The New Woman Behind the Camera, highlighting the 1920s-1950s women photographers who inspired generations.
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Lorraine O’Grady’s ‘Both/And’ at the Brooklyn Museum

The binary of “either/or” can be seen in almost every facet of everyday life. Whether it is through the social construct of gender or the societal construction of race, the creation of the binary has often led to the idea of superiority, ultimately leading to concepts such as misogyny and racism that currently run rampant in today’s society.… read more.

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