Black Belt Tour

Black Belt Tour

My bedroom in Mississippi.

Part 2.

Visiting the South was an extraordinary and eye-opening experience.

Inside the old ice house during hurricane warnings, McComb, MS

Peeking into the old ice house.

Fantastic digital billboard organized by the Pike School of Art. McComb, MS.

In front of Larkin’s Restaurant, York, AL.

Jackie Clay of the Coleman Art Center getting interviewed. York, AL.

Another view – to get a sense of the ‘lay of the land’.

Now I understand Soul Food. Thank you Larkin’s.

Thank you to the fantastic people at C.H.O.I.C.E. and the Uniontown Library, who hosted us.

Wide-eyed demonstration of the booth from the interface’s point of view. Uniontown, AL.

Uniontown, AL.

“The truth is Uniontown is a dying town…”

Selma, AL.

Silhouette found in Selma, AL.

Selma, at the foot of the Edmund Pettus bridge.

Drawing by ‘Kenneth’, a young artist who hung out most of the day drawing portraits of people.

I was lucky enough to be offered a dusk boat ride on the Alabama River.