In Athens' Triangle Plaza neighborhood, community activist and artist Broderick Flanigan's studio stands filled with art both inside and out. In addition to being a business owner and Athens native, Flanigan is involved in several community organizations and has placed an emphasis on documenting Black history through art. For the full story, click here

This story is part of The Red & Black photo desk’s weekly series recognizing Black-owned businesses in Athens.

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