Published 10/13/2020 | Reading Time 2 min 42 sec TULSA, Okla. – The Gilcrease Museum announced yesterday it has received the Eddie Faye Gates Tulsa Race Massacre Collection, which contains a wealth of […]
“When I graduated from high school, I didn’t want to register to vote. So my grandfather took me to a tree where African-Americans were lynched by their neckties [who were] on their way to vote. So that’s the reason why I use neckties in my work,” Kevin Earlie Cole
The Gilcrease Museum will host a thoughtful conversation on the new Kerry and C. Betty Davis Collection of African American Art with curator Quraysh Ali Lansana.
The history of the black cowboy is particularly relevant in Oklahoma, once known as Indian Territory, that was between the cattle ranches in Texas and the trail heads that met with railroads in Kansas and Missouri.
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