As Austin’s African American population dwindles, so does the representation of African American artists. Founded almost a 150 years ago, the historical East End district was home to many African American artists, and was the center for African American culture in Austin. Today, the district struggles to maintain their cultural identity in the face of gentrification.
Visit the Website: http://www.klru.org/artsincontext
Episode #311 / Length: 26 minutes