March 29, 2023

Profile of Archie, Anti-Racism Activist

Hear how Shirey Archie, who goes by his last name Archie, became an anti-racism activist by holding a sign saying “Stand Against Racism.” He also explains how others started joining him with signs at farmers markets and other locations. He is one of the people interviewed in a documentary playing at the Writers Institute on April 1st in Page Hall. His website has more information, including details on the play and documentary “Whitewashed: The Racism Project,” and an “Antiracist Library” of suggested videos, books, and podcasts. Produced by Brea Barthel for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

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