It’s been five years since the Baltimore Uprising – a direct response to the death of Freddie Gray in police custody. To reflect on this milestone, the Lewis Museum is hosting a collaborative discussion between two Baltimore photographers capturing images on the front lines, J.M. Giordano and Devin Allen. They will discuss their work, the anniversary and what lessons still need to be learned.

Registration will get you access to the talk and the ability to ask questions. Otherwise, it will be streamed on the Reginald F. Lewis Museum Facebook page.

This program is presented in partnership with the Jewish Museum of Maryland.

During this unprecedented time, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum is proud to work with our colleagues at the Jewish Museum of Maryland to provide this meaningful online program. Donations to help us continue to serve you—from a safe distance—are appreciated, but not required. All donations will be split evenly between the Lewis and the Jewish Museum of Maryland.

Support for the program has been provided by Open Society Institute-Baltimore.

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Add to Calendar 20200507 America/New_York 800 East Pratt Street Baltimore MD 21202 Gray in Black and White: JM Giordano and Devin Allen