I'm Not Like You Race And Power In America

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The 1960’s were a remarkable time for civil rights. How much progress have we made in the 50 years since? It has been widely reported in traditional and social media, shamefully too much to list, so much that it becomes ordinary.

The rich get richer, and the poor get prison.
Donald Sterling
Trayvon Martin
Tamir Rice
I can’t breathe.

The 1960’s were also a remarkable time for the art of protest. If you were not part of the solution, you were part of the problem. Back then, Gil Scott-Heron said the revolution would not be televised. At least that has changed, with camera phones in the hands of ordinary people across the country.


The Texas Art Asylum is proud to present “I’m Not Like You – Race and Power in America.” Artists are invited to challenge deep rooted assumptions and sacred cows, and inspire a dialog on the subject of race and power in America. Say something. Be a part of the solution.

Featuring work by an amazing group of Houston artists:
Daniel Anguilu
Nicole Baer
Annabel Benson
Brandy Black
Martha Carson
Alton Cooper
Ben Tecumseh DeSoto
Wonderbros Mike
Jaz Henry
Liz Hill
Eugene John Hughes
Janice Jackson
Randall Kallinen
Solomon Kane
Sylvia Larkin
Penny McDonald
Jamie Robertson
James Scott
Scott Tarbox Tarbox
Michael Wooten
And more!
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By: Texas Art Asylum

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