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Artist highlight | Katrina Andry’s research material

Thu Aug 20, 2020

Katrina Andry: Over There and Here is Me and Me, installation view, 2019. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Rick Rhodes.

The State of Racial Disparities in Charleston County, South Carolina 2000-2015 is a report written by Dr. Stacey Patton in conjunction with the Race and Social Justice Initiative at the College of Charleston. This resource collates and analyzes data from multiple government and organizational sources on the reality of the social and economic conditions which disproportionately impact Charleston County’s Black population. The findings provide the first step in beginning an open and relevant conversation on exactly where these disparities exist in our community and how best to address them. Dr. Patricia Williams Lessane and Dr. John White, coprincipals of the Race and Social Justice Initiative, presented a series of policy recommendations based upon the report’s findings.

Read the report and learn more about it here.

-by Anna Crowley, Halsey Institute intern

This post is in conjunction with our virtual project 10/10: Reflections on a Decade of Exhibitions.


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