The condition of liberty. A reflection of our state of mind.
A visual allegory for our time.
"Every artist, every scientist, must decide now where he stands. He has no alternative. There is no standing above the conflict on Olympian heights. There are no impartial observers. Through the destruction, in certain countries, of the greatest of man's literary heritage, through the propagation of false ideas of racial and national superiority, the artist, the scientist, the writer is challenged. The struggle invades the formerly cloistered halls of our universities, and other seats of learning. The battlefront is everywhere. There is no sheltered rear." Paul Robeson, The Whole World in His Hands
THE TRENTON CITY MUSEUM AT ELLARSLIE MANSION
'AGAINST ALL ODDS,' INSPIRED BY PAUL ROBESON.
In conjunction with;
The Paul Robeson House of Princeton
and the African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County
Exhibits on Display July 9 September 11, 2016