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Finding Aid to the Ajuan Mance Posters for the SF COVID Command Center Artists in Residence Program 2021 SFH 685
SFH 685  
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Contains 11 pairs of posters and an Artist Statment by Ajuan Mance during her time as an Artist-in-Residence with the San Francisco COVID Command Center to help record the internal workings of the City's vast COVID prevention and response efforts from an artist's perspective.
Ajuan Mance is a Professor of English and Ethnic Studies at Mills College in Oakland, California, and a lifelong artist and writer. She is the author of several publications including: Inventing Black Women: African American Women's Poetry and Self-Representation, 1877-2000 and Before Harlem: An Anthology of African American Literature from the Long Nineteenth Century. An artist, illustrator, and comic creator, Ajuan has participated in solo and group exhibitions as well as comic and zine fests.
1 flat box (1.25 Cubic Feet) 18" x 15"
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