“Over the course of her long and distinguished career, Emmy-nominated Guyanese-American actress CCH Pounder has made a name for herself in more than just one discipline: her talents extend to the world of art collecting, too.
Featuring sculptures, paintings, and mixed media works by such luminaries as Betye and Alison Saar, Kehinde Wiley, and countless others. Pounder’s robust collection celebrates black “feminine beauty, identity, and power,” says a past review from New Orleans’ Times-Picayune.”
From the John and Leni Sinclair Papers, 1957-2003, Bentley Historical Library. … and Yoko’s intent to come to Ann Arbor for the John Sinclair Freedom Rally.