When the choice was made by Black and White civic leaders in 1960 not to publicize the desegregation of lunch counters in Houston, many Houstonians were angered not only by the act itself but the apparent concealment of the information by the city’s leading media outlets. Jade Cooper’s work? visually questions the strategy implemented by Houston leaders to eradicate discriminatory acts.
In response to Cooper’s piece, join us for a Game Day and Chess Tournament. Games will be provided.