“There Is Enough For Everyone,” is an art exhibition opening in Houston pointing a spotlight directly at the reality of scarcity within black and brown communities. Prodding the limitations, distribution, and access of wealth in the City of Houston and the country at large. The artists wish to widen the voices involved in the global conversation dealing with the scarcity and abundance of the “they”, the others, the blacks, the browns, or as Frantz Fannon put it, “The Wretched of the Earth.
The exhibition will guide us through the politics of cultural appropriation, intrinsic value, questions of sexuality, and what it feels like to be on the other end of society while managing the responsibility of keeping the globe connected and the world moving in a direction benevolent to everyone.
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Sister [Hannah Anderson]