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Video: Celebrating Black Male Identity

The Black Male Identity Project was originally inspired by the Open Society Foundation's Campaign for Black Male Achievement, which seeks to strengthen black men's political and economic clout.

Art on Purpose held exhibits and performances at the Eubie Blake Center, Stevenson University Gallery, the Baltimore Museum of Art, Centerstage and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture. The goal of the community-driven project was to challenge negative images of black men. The year-long effort is highlighted in this video, released during Black-History Month.

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