As a collaborative partner on the first-ever physical exhibit of the National Women’s History Museum, we created two large-scale interactive exhibits.
Our Black Feminist Futures experience begins with a cameo of one of the most influential and celebrated people in the world, Oprah Winfrey, who introduces the exhibit and discusses what Black feminism means to her.
Within the experience, the testimony and wisdom of prominent Black feminist scholars and cultural icons take center stage, infused with gorgeous and evocative images that range from political activism to the joys of everyday life. The messages of inspiration, hope, and power serve to remind all of us about why this work matters.
The Black Feminist DC Network Map exhibit connects the individual stories of 25 historic activists throughout the DC area and shows how each participated in key political and social movements of their time.
We’re honored to be a part of this project that uplifts the underrepresented voices of those who shaped our nation’s history in groundbreaking ways. This exhibit is free and open to the public at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial LIbrary in Washington, D.C. through September 2024.
Zooming in on the Black feminist experience in the nation’s capital