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Fanon Hill speaking to students at The Baltimore Rennaisance Project. Photo by Theresa Keil.

Interview of Fanon Hill By Teresa McCormick Ertel

Art can cross barriers of culture and race and build bridges of understanding. Fanon Hill and his partner Sam Holmes created the Black Male Identity Project – that utilizes the arts, such as painting drawing and writing, to connect with the community and change damaging stereotypes of black males in our society. The project has […]

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