“If they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.”
Students in the Boston area were drawn to this Shirley Chisholm quote. Their interest inspired the “A Seat at the Table” exhibit, and in turn, inspired organizations in the community and professional artists nationwide to create chairs of their own.
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Do you, your classroom, or your group want to make your own chair? We have many resources that lead you through the activity!
And don’t forget to come back to submit photos of your chair for a chance to be featured on the website.
The “A Seat at the Table” exhibit was made possible by the generous support of the Fund II Foundation.