Organized by Herbie Miller, Josh Chamberlain and Catherine Amidon

This exhibition presents social history through Jamaican art and music as a way to engage intellectual and community discourse on cultural and social change. Using record album covers, supported by didactic panels, film and sound clips with voice and music samples, the exhibition documents how visual, instrumental and vocal artists from the Jamaican Diaspora ahve addressed social and political issues in America and internationally.

Funded in party by a grant from the NH Humanities Council and Plymouth State University’s Karl Drerup Art Gallery, Equal Rights: Reggae and Social Change was exhibited at Plymouth State University, Miami-Dade Public Library and around the country.