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Howard’s Photograph of the Month

Howard’s Photograph of the Month: A Call to Action Evolved human beings collect; preserving culture, family, time and places in history. You collect to feed your mind, nurture your spirit and stretch your imagination; share images and discussions of your vision and opinions with family and friends. You collect with power, pride, authority, dignity and […]

Why Collect Photography

Why Collect Photography? It is said, ‘a people without knowledge of their history is like a tree without roots.’ I have been involved in photography for 40 years. My photographic work in the African Diaspora explores cultural lifestyles, value, history, fashion, business, power, music, science, love, beauty, dance, religion, politics, travel, folklore, thought, pride, dignity, […]

Back Story…Abiodun: King of the Hunters

“Be cool nigger!” Nigger! No more nigger cops! “Have you lost your mind, I mean! How is it that you can disrespect a man’s ethnicity, when you know we’ve influenced nearly every facet of white America; from our music to our style of dress; not to mention your basic imitation of our sense of cool; […]