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Join Professor Andrea Queeley and museum staff for a guided tour of Disrupting Anti-Blackness: Artists Voicing Truths. Along with Dr. Valerie Patterson, Dr. Queeley organized this exhibition featuring works by Hank Willis Thomas and filmmaker Amberly Alene.  

Andrea Queeley was born and raised in Berkeley, California. She received her B.A. in Psychology and Afro-American Studies from Brown University. While working as a service provider in the field of mental health and substance abuse treatment, she began to explore African diasporic cultural practices through studying Afro-Haitian dance, training Capoeira Angola, and traveling to Cuba where she first encountered black Cubans of Anglo-Caribbean origin. Inspired to pursue graduate education in cultural anthropology, she earned her Ph.D. from CUNY Graduate School. She served as a Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow at Tulane University and is currently Associate Professor of Anthropology and African and African Diaspora Studies at Florida International University in Miami.  

Following the tour, attendees can enjoy coffee and pastelitos on the museum's patio. This event is free and open to the public. No need to register, just drop in. 

Nari Ward, Breathing Flag, 2017, Nylon, hand appliqué, Courtesy of Nari Ward Studio