Thoughts on racial equality from an Edmonds resident
Last updated 6/18/2020 at 9:52am
Editor's note: Geronimo Whitaker is an Edmonds resident who last year wrote a Guest View column for the Beacon on what Black History Month meant to him.
Whitaker is an accomplished artist, and much of his work has to do with depicting the unique perspective of African Americans, especially regarding policing and other systemic issues contributing to the inequality painfully evident now.
His work has been featured most recently in Oakland, California, but includes works accepted at other national exhibitions. His specialty is art about the violence inflicted on African Americans, as well as...