Lately it seems like everyone has something to say about black oppression, white privilege, the unfairness of the Civil War, etc... Just a couple weeks ago there was an uproar in several of the tarot groups that I am a member of about a deck with an unusual name: The Ghetto Tarot
So why do I think this is one of the most soulful decks that I have seen? Click read more to hear about this deck from one of it's creators Alice Smeets.
In downtown Port-au-Prince, the capital of a mysterious, captivating and seemingly poor country named Haïti –land of the mountains- one can find a museum filled with an art collection of creativity and ingenuity in the middle of the Haitian Ghetto. Where a foreigner walks through the streets filled with plastic trash, dust and old car tires and perceives misery and desperation, a group of artists called AtisRezistans (resistant artists) find inspiration in the midst of the chaos; inspiration to create the world they dream of, inspiration to transform trash into something beautiful, inspiration to craft art. The pieces of art inside the museum are a reflection of the beauty they see hidden within the waste.
Find out more about the Ghetto Tarot HERE
What are your thoughts on this "controversial" deck?
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