Resurrection City Series – Poor People’s Campaign. Washington. D.C. – 1968
Murals at the John O’Bryant African American Institute Northeastern University, Boston MA.
Lecture Seminar Series
Festac ’77, Lagos, Nigeria
Recordia Festival, Ouidah Benin, W. Africa
Olaleye Communications, Inc. 71 Windsor Street Boston, MA 02120 (857) 389-8986
Olaleye Communications, Inc. is a 501 c(3) non profit organization formed in 1986 by Reginald Jackson, Ph.D. He serves as a consultant to artists and scholars who are conducting visual and cultural research related to African retentions in the Americas. He holds a Ph.D. in Visual Anthropology from Union Institute, an MFA and a BFA from Yale University.
Dr. Jackson is available for lectures. Request arrangements. Some topics are:
Ghana’s Slave Forts and Castles
Cross Cultural Influences and Accommodations in Ghana 1970 – Present
The Candomble of Brazil
The Youruba Religious Tradition in the Americas
The mission of Olaleye Communications, Inc. is to distribute educational, visual and cultural information pertaining to the Black experience and the experiences of people of color; to be a resource base for young people and schools, interested community leaders, educators, artists, historians and scholars, and to implement projects and activities that bring this expanded world view of Africanisms or African Cultural Survivals to the Commonwealth. And furthermore its purpose is to raise the consciousness of all people to the value of African heritage, and to provide specific visual images about what that heritage is and how pervasive those images are.