Black Male Identity Project

January 29, 2012

The Black Male Identity Project, an initiative in Baltimore to break stereotypes of black males through art, brought public and independent school students together to participate in the project. The culminating event, “Youth Exhibition and Community Celebration” was held at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture. Over 850 people attended the event. Particpating independent schools included Friends School, Park School and Gilman School.