Digging Du Bois is a 200-mile walk encompassing a series of site-specific performance installations, journeying across 6 different sites from Atlanta to Albany, Georgia presented by Artist Euneika Rogers-Sipp, practicing as Ndgo Bunting, and the Destination Design School of Agricultural Estates, an Atlanta-based community design studio.

Digging DuBois: A Year Of The Black Belt

A project by Ndgo Bunting with Arthur McFarlane

“Digging DuBois:A Year of the Black Belt” is a visual narrative that aims to tell the stories of six sites that are approximately on the route of W.E.B Dubois and his survey of the Georgia Black Belt in the Souls of Black Folk in 1903: The AUC, 27 Acres in Chattahoochee Hills, A Farmhouse, A Resettlement Community in Montezuma, A black owned plantation in Albany, who are being co-hosted by Arthur McFarland and Ndgo Bunting of the Destination Design School of Agricultural Estates.

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