Brooklyn Museum’s latest exhibit “We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85” will start this weekend. It will take a deep look at the political, social, and cultural side of black women during the second wave of feminism during that time.
The museum says this is the first exhibit to
“highlight the voices and experiences of women of color,”
It will feature sculptures, film, visual art, photography, and much much more from various artists such as Camille Billops and Lorna Simpson. Catch it from April 21st to September 17th.