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Neta Bomani

Neta Bomani is a visual storyteller based in Brooklyn, New York who is exploring computational and new media art approaches to organizing, archiving and writing through making prints, zines, maps and circuits. Neta is currently at Stephanie Dinkins Studio.

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Radical Black Women of Harlem: a Walking Tour

Asha Futterman leading the first walking tour on April 7, 2019 with over 35 people in attendance. Photo by Matt Harvey.

Asha Futterman leading the first walking tour on April 7, 2019 with over 35 people in attendance. Photo by Matt Harvey.

I designed the guidebook for the Radical Black Women of Harlem Walking Tour researched and written by Asha Futterman and Mariame Kaba, with a map designed by Arrianna Planey and support from the Barnard Center for Research on Women.

My hand holding the Radical Black Women of Harlem Tour guidebook in front of a crowd of people walking to the next stop on the tour.

My hand holding the Radical Black Women of Harlem Tour guidebook in front of a crowd of people walking to the next stop on the tour.

Read more about Radical Black Women of Harlem on my Twitter or the #RBWH2019 hashtag. Download the guidebook here.