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SEEINGBLACK.COM—
April 9, 2016, Paul Robeson’s birthday, marks the 15th anniversary of SeeingBlack.com, a pioneering website for Black voices on arts, media and politics.  We thank you for continuing to support us, even as we have faced challenges and new opportunities! Faithful users know that our recent posts have been links to the content on our radio show, “On The Ground,” which is broadcast on 89.3, WPFW Pacifica Radio in Washington, DC and archived permanently on our site, www.onthegroundshow.org. Because of the limited capacity of Esther Iverem’s volunteer operation, SeeingBlack.com and the radio website will be merged in the coming months. We had hoped to have this “construction” done in time to celebrate our anniversary with you. But, no luck. When we DO finish the construction, you will be able to access all of SeeingBlack.com again, it will be on a new platform and have more of it’s own content again. Though the Black online environment has evolved to be more populous and corporate since our 2001 debut, we see all around us proof positive of the need to still have a place for our unfettered voices.

Click on the Listen to Shows tab to access ‘On The Ground’ show archive.

A Luta Continua!
–Iverem

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Esther Iverem has also launched LegacyQuiltsandArt.com and several websites on labor protections, corporate accountability and wealth inequality.

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To purchase a signed copy of Iverem’s book, Olokun of the Galaxy, Olokun figures or other art, head to her shop on Etsy.  If the art or book you are interested in is not listed on Etsy, please use the form on this site and/or the email listed, to contact Iverem directly. Also, please support the soft launch of On the Ground‘s Patreon site, which will allow us to continue producing the show. Thank you for your support!

Iverem’s quilt, “Through Many Dangers, Toils and Snares,” is touring nationally with “Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt and the Four Freedoms,”  sponsored by the Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA.  At the  Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MI, until January 13, 2019; George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum, Washington, DC, February 2019 – May 2019; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, December 2019 – March 2020; Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA, June 2020 – October 2020.