On Friday, November 20th 2020 at 7 PM, Making It Awkward: Challenging Anti-Black Racism, in partnership with the Art Gallery of Windsor, led an open discussion with community members, artists, educators, and activists on how to talk about anti-black racism within the arts community, using the AGW's collection as an entry point. The purpose of this event is to foster discussion that takes a critical look at the arts community in Windsor-Essex, and reflect on the legacy of Black Art in the region and beyond. By engaging in these topics, we hope to see how the community can collectively address anti-Black racism within the arts industry. Panelists include: community activist Joi Hurst; author and historian Irene Moore Davis; painter and artist Monte Scott; actor, dancer, and playwright Leslie McCurdy; and slam poet and lyricist Erik e-tomic Johnson. This round table discussion is for our community, parents, artists, teachers, and anyone who wants to listen, learn and have these important conversations.