The 1619 Project is a program organized by The New York Times with the goal of re-examining the legacy of slavery in the United States and timed for the 400th anniversary of the arrival in America of the first enslaved people from West Africa. It is an interactive project by Nikole Hannah-Jones, a reporter for the New York Times, with contributions by the paper's writers, including essays, poems, short fiction, and a photo essay. Originally conceived of as a special issue for August 20, it was soon turned into a full-fledged project, including coverage in the paper and on the website.The New York Times describes the project as a "major initiative (...) observing the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery". The project was almost exclusively contributed to by Black academics, journalists and writers. According to Hannah-Jones, all the contributions were deeply researched, and arguments verified by a team of fact-checkers in consultation with a panel of historians.
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Benjamin Moore Gray and Blue paint samples for the interior of the house: Stonington Gray (HC-170), Wickham Gray (HC-171), Gray Owl (OC-52), Harbor Gray (AC-25), Silver Mist (1619), Blue Heather (1620), Little Falls (1621), Mineral Alloy (1622), Blue Lace (1625), Gentle Gray (1626), Brittany Blue (1633), Santorini Blue (1634):
Example palette: If you want to make a statement with color in your bedroom but don't want anything too loud, consider a palette of deep navy blue with lighter shades of gray-blue. The result will be calm and cool. Clockwise from top left (all from Benjamin Moore): Mineral Alloy 1622, Silver Mist 1619 and Hudson Bay 1680.