Barbara Jones Hogu was a founding member of AfriCOBRA, a collective of painters, photographers, printmakers, textile designers, and sculptors that Jeff Donaldson founded in 1968 in Chicago. This interview covers Jones Hogu’s participation in AfriCOBRA and deals with questions about the group’s formation and daily operations, its aesthetic principles, and how Jones Hogu sees the members’ work and activities affecting the present and future for black artists.

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