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From exploitation, denial, invisibility, and paternalism to what? 

           

For nearly 150 years, African Americans have associated with The Johns Hopkins Institutions on terms not altogether satisfying.  As we proceed through the 21st century, how do we redefine that association to produce outcomes consistent with the value that African Americans have brought, continue to bring, and long ago could have brought to these institutions?

             

These panels depict events significant in the relationship between African Americans and The Johns Hopkins Institutions.  These events are the starting point to larger inquiry. 

What is the African American contribution to Johns Hopkins?

What might Hopkins have been, and what might it yet become, benefiting fully from what those African Americans it has encountered and will encounter have to offer?  

                                          

       

        

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