The 2021 Family Gatherings Exhibition
Happy Thanksgiving! After two years of covid and quaranting, this wonderful exhibition of family gatherings past and present, remind us of what is important: being with ones you love, being thankful for the goodness in the world, and enjoying a meal together. This is a two part exhibition, so don’t miss the second half!
As we all know, the history of Thanksgiving is more problematic than the idea of Thanksgiving. For educators in particular, here are a couple of articles of interest from the National Museum of the American Indian and The Center of Racial Justice and Education.
Thank you to all who shared their gatherings, their dinner tables and families. Thank you to our readers for supporting us over the years–we are filled with gratitude for this wonderful community of photographic visionaries who tell important stories about self and others.
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