Azikiwe Mohammed's (@misterace12) New Davonhaime Food Bank is a traveling food bank that aims to put food on as many tables as possible, because "all food to all the people is the only sustainable way forward." The project grew out of Mohammed's broader exploration of New Davonhaime, an invented place conceived by the artist (its name is a mash up of New Orleans, Detroit, Jackson, Birmingham, and Savannah—the US cities with the highest density of African-American residents). With it, Mohammed imagines sustainable and thriving futures for Black, brown, and other marginalized communities.
All sales of Mohammed's eight-color New Davonhaime Food Bank Logo screenprint, now on view in Living In America, will support Brooklyn Shows Love, a mutual aid fund that feeds Brooklyn residents, and Aid For Art Now, a mutual aid fund supporting arts workers.
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