Here are some links to the sites I mentioned today:
Thelma Golden’s exhibition at the Whitney Museum (1993), “Black Male”: http://www.amazon.com/Black-Male-Representations-Masculinity-Contemporary/dp/0810968169.
- Here is an interview done 20 years after the exhibition: https://vimeo.com/121285958.
Glenn Ligon’s exhibition at the Whitney Museum (2011), “America”. The piece is called “Notes on the Margin of the Black Book”: http://whitney.org/Exhibitions/GlennLigon.
Lastly, for resources on topics such as Eugenics, see Facing History and Ourselves at https://www.facinghistory.org/. They offer workshops across the country and internationally, as well as online. Once you attend a seminar, you can access their website’s teaching resources, as well as their lending library.