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"Seems Like I Done Had To Fight My Whole Life" - Reflected Imagery of the African-American Struggle for Respect
U*Space celebrates its 9th year with a moving exhibition of original press photographs documenting the struggles faced by people of color in the United States; Many of whom often times found themselves literally having to fight for the right to be accepted as the American citizens they were.
One of two new exhibitions currently on display, through Feb. 24, 2013. “Free” to the public.
Opening night reception - Friday 1, 2013 from 7pm – 11pm.
The gallery Hours of Operation - Wed thru Sat 10am - 5pm & Sun 11am - 4pm
More About U*Space Gallery
U*Space Gallery is a nonprofit, interdisciplinary art space that is dedicated to fostering and promoting community wellness through art and education. It located in the historic 4th ward district of Atlanta. The space offers curated programming, supports new and experimental works and more. It also supports work that helps foster tolerance and education of the needs of women, minorities, youth, senior citizens and the gay and lesbian community.