Anthony Jay Van Dunk

All my Heroes are Dead

Hajj-Malik El Shabazz (Malcom X)
Anthony Jay Van Dunk (1962 - )
American - Born Brooklyn

Silk-screen
25 5/8 x 19 7/8 (65 cm x 50 cm)

This rubbing was produced in the Ferncliff Cemetery in Westchester, NY about 1995. The text is an excerpt from a speech given in Rochester, NY on February 16, 1965.

“We don’t judge a man because of the color of his skin. We don’t judge you because you're white; we don’t judge you because you're black; we don’t judge you because you're brown. We judge you because of what you do and what you practice....
So we’re not against people because they’re white.
But we’re against those who practice racism.”