Eracism: An Analysis of Racism Today
funded by APAL (Atlanta Partnership for the Arts in Learning)

Scheduled within Atlanta's 1906 Race Riots 100 Year Commemoration month, students in North Atlanta High School used the Spruill Gallery exhibit, "I see no one, no one sees me," by Stan Woodward, as a springboard for a study of racism. After various class projects including computer lab association tests, skin color groupings, and inter-school interviews, students use disposable black and white cameras to photograph their own surroundings in order to depict a personal vision of racism in collage. In addition to compiling collages of their images, students accompany the work with narration.

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