Dorchester Reporter

A public art installation honoring the lives and traditions of African Americans and their ancestors will open with an afternoon reception in Franklin Park this Sunday, Sept. 10 from 3-7 p.m.
“The cabin is reminiscent of actual cabins where slaves lived and we cover it with traditional adire — indigo fabric dyeing – to reclaim their history as part of American history.” This iteration of Franklin’s Indigo Project is the fourth she’s read more >>>>

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