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“Wail on Whalers, a Portrait of Amos Haskins” by Felandus Thames, an “homage to escaped enslaved people who found autonomy in whaling,” is comprised of hairbeads strung on coated wire. The piece is part of the “Entwined” exhibition, which reimagines thousands of years of maritime history through Black and Indigenous worldviews and experiences.
Ryan Caron King
Connecticut Public
For decades, most Black and Indigenous maritime histories were missing at Mystic Seaport, the country’s largest maritime museum. “Entwined” aims to change that – by presenting those histories through Native American and Black perspectives.
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