The Experience As Works of Art

The following images are renderings of live-action notes by visual notetaker, Kate Morales, constructed during the forum keynote addresses and panels. Summarized, the notes highlight the conversation between Melissa Harris-PerryMaya Angelou Presidential Chair at Wake Forest University and Darren Walker the President at the Ford Foundation on reimagining education as social justice, subsequent dialogue regarding the politics of the South, and the importance of civic space & civil rights organizations in the current movement toward education equity, which featured Andrea Young, Executive Director,
American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia
, Derreck KayongoCEO, Center for Civil and Human Rights, and our very own Leah Austin, Vice President, the Southern Education Foundation.

FORUM DAY 1

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The day two notes feature quotes and imagery from an update on the state of Black and Brown children in the Trump era by Charles Payne, Henry Rutgers Professor of African and African American Studies Director and Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies at Rutgers University, and the unrealized promise of Brown v. Board of Education and the adverse affects of segregation on young people of color led by 2017 MacArthur Genius Grant
recipient, Nikole Hannah-JonesStaff Writer at the New York Times .

FORUM DAY 2

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Visual Note-taker Gallery

View the works of art in-progress as they were developed throughout the forum.

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