Pull Up A Chair 

Pull up a chair meaning-a friendly invitation to join a conversation


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The purpose of this project is to promote community conversation about our differences, similarities and all the attributes that makes us the same. Family, love, loss, home, education, etc.

Invited artists will have an opportunity to share their individual story using the chair as the canvas. 

Each chair will depict a story, social justice issue, family connection, community connection or the chair functionality.  I.e., wheelchair, child’s highchair, salon chair, barber’s chair, office chair, desk chair, dining room chair, upholstered chair, director’s chair, etc.

More information to come.  Sandra has received a micro grant to help fund this project from The aShe Fund

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What is the "Crown Act"?

The CROWN Act, which stands for “Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair,” is a law that prohibits race-based hair discrimination, which is the denial of employment and educational opportunities because of hair texture or protective hairstyles including braids, locs, twists or bantu knots. 

About — The Official CROWN Act (thecrownact.com)


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Sneak peek 

Reception photos 

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List of participating artists:

Sandra Davis
Zandra Chestnut
Dennis Chestnut
Prudence Bonds
Marily Mojica
Marla McLean
Erasto Matthews
Juliet Drake Hossain 
Jane Petit
Jasmine Bryant
Deborah Walmer
Justina Wilkins
Zsudayka Nzinga Terrell
Ruth Lozner
Rica Garcia
George Tuggle 
Leela Payne
Lindsay Vance
Sofia Alpizar
Vaughn T Holsey 


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