Houston Museum of African American Culture

Houston Museum of African American Culture

http://www.hmaac.org/

(713) 353-1578

4807 Caroline St.

Houston, TX

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Gentrification

Houston Museum of African American Culture

February 12 - April 16, 2016

An exhibition examining the effects of gentrification on communities of color. The show features a site-specific installation by Robert Hodge, an installation by Rahul Mitra and Universal Police, and a video installation by Danielle Dean.



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