Jordan Seaberry

Jordan Seaberry

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In our eighth interview of Revolutionary Roots, we meet Jordan Seaberry (@jordanseaberry), a PVD based artist from Chicago whose “painting work lives alongside his political work.” Jordan is also a grassroots organizer who helped to pass criminal justice reforms such as the Unshackling Pregnant Prisoners Bill and the “Ban the Box” movement in Rhode Island. Jordan’s art reimagines and seeks truth in Black histories and legacies, inspired by his own grandfather’s story within the Great Migration, fleeing racial terror in the South. In this episode, Jordan covers the intricacies of activism in art, the erasure of Black history and what inspires his paintings and projects. Checkout Jordan’s main website: http://www.jordanseaberry.com Produced by: Leila Kashani-Sabet ’22 (@leilakashanisabet) and Mako Mendoza ‘21 (@mako_mendoza) #blackartists
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In our eighth interview of Revolutionary Roots, we meet Jordan Seaberry (@jordanseaberry), a PVD based artist from Chicago whose “painting work lives alongside his political work.” Jordan is also a grassroots organizer who helped to pass criminal justice reforms such as the Unshackling Pregnant Prisoners Bill and the “Ban the Box” movement in Rhode Island. Jordan’s art reimagines and seeks truth in Black histories and legacies, inspired by his own grandfather’s story within the Great Migration, fleeing racial terror in the South. In this episode, Jordan covers the intricacies of activism in art, the erasure of Black history and what inspires his paintings and projects. Checkout Jordan’s main website: http://www.jordanseaberry.com Produced by: Leila Kashani-Sabet ’22 (@leilakashanisabet) and Mako Mendoza ‘21 (@mako_mendoza) #blackartists
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