- Southern Unsung Heroes Initiative -
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center there are over 1500 symbols of the Confederacy found in the United States, ten percent of which can be found in North Carolina alone. Many of these symbols were put up during two major time periods, the Jim Crow era and the Civil Rights Movement. These are considered to many as times of racial discriminations. The Southern Unsung Heroes Initiative is a hypothetical non-profit organization which tackles this issue thru the education and promotion of local historical heroes to their communities. This allows southerners to create a more local pride.
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This piece was presented as part of Invisible Forces, a BFA Graphic Design show
at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte from November 13th to November 21st 2017.