On Saturday June 11th, sixteen black women joined documentary photographer Raygen Samone in a community art project that serves as a peaceful protest to honor, humanize and dignify the image of black women in Minneapolis.
In remembrance of Breonna Taylor, Raygen Samone’s ladies is phase two of a three part series. This day was full of laughter, honesty, wine, cocoa butter, and genuine smiles that – when framed – will change your life, too.
On Saturday June 6th, fifteen black men joined photographer and Inverted Arts Mentor Raygen Samone in a community art project that serves as a peaceful protest to honor, humanize and dignify the image of black men in Minneapolis.
The images will be sold in multiple mediums to generate a profit that will become a cycle of black love: the groundwork of black men will fund the experience for black women that will fund the experience for black sons, that will fund the experience for black daughters.
Video by Chitwood Media
See all Raygen’s work and find out more HERE.