Earth Song Refrain

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Earth Song Refrain: BIPOC Artists on the Climate and Environment


Nov. 1, 2023, to Jan. 12, 2024


Tech Room


This exhibition presents the perspectives of visual artists and poets of color on the climate crisis and environmental challenges threatening the Earth’s health.  Inspired by Michael Jackson’s environmental anthem “Earth Song,” this group exhibition reflects a tradition of Black and Brown artists using art to address issues related to mankind’s behavior and relationship to the planet, including the threatened beauty of a healthy planet, and the consequences of global warming, environmental racism, and climate change.  In centering the narratives, perspectives, and experiences of people of color, this exhibition seeks to inspire conversations and considerations about the disproportionate impact of the climate crisis on communities of color around the world.

“Earth Song Refrain” is both a call to action and a celebration of the resilience and creativity of those voices that inspire others to appreciate and work towards a healthier planet and safe, secure communities.

Art Against Racism (AAR) is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to use the arts to combat racism and encourage others to work towards an antiracist society. The organization provides opportunities for creatives, cultural institutions, and activists to engage the public through live and virtual exhibitions, programs and activities designed to educate and to inspire compassionate citizenship for social change. AAR is supported by the New Jersey Cultural Renewal fund.


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Humanities@PPL programs are presented with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this programming do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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