Charlotte's historic Brooklyn neighborhood is a reference point to acknowledge the impact of erased and forgotten African-American communities. From the late 1800s to the early 1960s, Brooklyn was a city within a city that provided opportunities and sanctuary in a segregated South.

The multigenerational group of artists in Renaissance of Brooklyn through their work portray their lived experiences and perspectives as African-Americans living in Charlotte and the region. They're reclaiming space in North Carolina's history and vision for its future.

Curated by Yvonne Bynoe


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