Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King Jr. in St. Augustine, Florida

Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Abernathy in St. Augustine, Florida

Martin Luther King Jr. in St. Augustine, Florida
June 12, 1964

On June 11, 1964, Dr. King and several other activists were arrested for attempting to integrate the Monson Motor Lodge. When interviewed during his brief incarceration, King pledged to challenge segregation in St. Augustine “even if it takes all summer.”

Dr. Martin Luther King Center - Miami

Miami-Dade Junior College. February 15, 1972.

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Avowed socialist… via Jacobin

Champions: Caribbean Artists Breaking Boundaries in South Florida

Champions: Caribbean Artists Breaking Boundaries in South Florida
January 14 – February 11, 2017
Montgomery Hall
Armory Art Center
1700 Parker Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
561-832-1776

Participating Artisits

Yanira Collado, Dominican Republic
Franky Cruz, Dominican Republic
Rafael Domenech, Cuba
Morel Doucet, Haiti
Gonzalo Fuenmayor, Coast of Colombia
Adler Guerrier, Haiti
Jessica Martin, Cuba
Michelle Lisa Polissaint, Haiti
Johanne Rahaman, Trinidad
Damian Rojo, Cuba
Leyden Rodriguez Casanova, Cuba
Jamilah Sabur, Jamaica
TM Sisters, Puerto Rican Descent
Misael Soto, Puerto Rico
Clara Varas, Cuba
Jean-Michael Vissepo Ocasio, Puerto Rico
Brian Wood, Barbados

Champions celebrates the work of contemporary Caribbean artists living in South Florida. Artists will present complex narratives central to the ideas of identity through their use of space, location, and observation. The exhibition will host a range of work experience in painting, photography, sculpture, video, and installation art. A series of educational programs will complement the exhibition and artists. Curated by Jane Hart.