Echoes of Our Journey: The Great Migration, Bronzeville
"Each artist in this exhibition, has in their own creative interpretation, echoed the voices, the hopes and dreams of what may. Alpha Bruton"
Echoes of our Journey has been a year long journey of collective thought and ideas, coupled with research, to tell the narrative and give tribute to trailblazers such as Anthony Overton who helped build the economy of Bronzeville. And in 1938 Marva Trotter owner of Mae’s Dress Shoppee a one of a kind trousseau, was once located here in the Jones Brothers building helped style society.
|Migration from Whitney Plantation Heading North, Louisiana|
|Sharecropper- on the way back|
|Migration from Whitney Plantation heading up north|