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  • 1. Visual Art of Faith Ringgold Black Arts Movement Hank Williams Fall 2013
  • 2. Images from Ringgold’s “American People” series (1963-1967)
  • 3. Faith Ringgold, Between Friends. (1963) American People Series #1
  • 4. Faith Ringgold, Mr. Charlie. (1964) American People Series #6
  • 5. Faith Ringgold, The In Crowd. (1964) American People Series #8
  • 6. Faith Ringgold. Cocktail Party (1964) American People Series #7
  • 7. Faith Ringgold, The Flag is Bleeding. 1967 American People Series # 18
  • 8. Faith Ringgold, Die. (1967) American People Series # 20
  • 9. Images from Ringgold’s “Black Light” series (19671969)
  • 10. Faith Ringgold, Red, White, Black, Nigger. (1969) Black Light Series #8
  • 11. Faith Ringgold, Black Art Poster. (1969) Black Light Series #4
  • 12. Faith Ringgold, Love Black Life. (1969) Black Light Series
  • 13. Faith Ringgold, Flag for the Moon: Die Nigger. (1969) Black Light Series #8
  • 14. Ringgold’s Political Posters
  • 15. Faith Ringgold, Committee to Defend the Panthers. (1970)
  • 16. Faith Ringgold, Woman Freedom Now. (1971)
  • 17. Ringgold’s For the Woman’s House (1971). Installation at Riker’s Island’s Women’s House of Detention
  • 18. Faith Ringgold, For the Women. 1971
  • 19. All artwork copyrighted by Faith Ringold Reproduced under Fair Use for educational purposes The copyright holder retains all reproduction rights See http://www.faithringgold.com