The C.O.W.S. w/ Jasmine Iona Brown: Black Art Meets White Supremacy in Seattle

Monday, September 3rd 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific

The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Jasmine Iona Brown. Ms. Brown is a Seattle, Washington artist and mother of a black son. She recently had images of her teenage son, Jaymin, reading a book while wearing a hoodie – and homage to Trayvon Martin, who was killed in 2012, posted all throughout the Capitol Hill area of Seattle. Not long after, her portraits were mutilated, in one instance, her son’s image was totally defaced as if her has been devoured leaving only his sneakers. Ms. Brown’s artwork was replaced, only to be vandalized again. Tyrone Baason wrote about this incident for the Seattle Times, noting: “It’s unclear who’s behind the vandalism. But if this is how people respond to harmless pictures of her son, Brown wonders, how does that bode for Jaymin himself?” We’ll ask Ms. Brown how this incident has changed her understanding of White Supremacy. Incidentally, Gus is very familiar with this area of Seattle, as he’s been a Capitol Hill resident for nearly a full calendar year in response to the great flood of 2017.


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One Reply to “The C.O.W.S. w/ Jasmine Iona Brown: Black Art Meets White Supremacy in Seattle”

  1. My codified questions to the guest as with any non white person I come across or meet anywhere, the standard questions I must ask are: Have you heard of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing or Mr.Neely Fuller jr.? Are you acquainted with their body of work? If the answer is no usually they ask me back who they are, and I usually introduce and recommend reading The Isis paper and visiting; If there are more seconds left to talk with them, I recommend listening to the COWS, visiting, and
    Any non white person I see or meet on the street, in shopping malls, anywhere, if there is an opportunity to communicate, will hear those questions. ” excuse me! have you heard of Dr. Frances….ect” it is a conversation starter for me to any non white person.

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