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Racism

Racism

Private Salvation art
By Tyree Daye

Like catching breath, surmounting the burdens of anger, of normality, of memory requires great work.

Love and Loss art
By Sudip Bhattacharya

Ordinary needs and common necessities at the mercy of irrational prejudices and unfounded persecutions.

Hope's Great Labor art
By Alex Brueggeman

All of humanity dropped the ball on morality. But who will care enough to pick it back up?

Valero BioPark
By Jessica Deaver

Jessica Deaver’s speculative epic delves into a sinking land.

Darkness In The Margins poetry art
By Lola Rainey

Transcended, impermeable.

Filigree cosmic 2016 by Mauricio Paz Viola, detail
By Addie Citchens

Intergenerational reflection allows for a gracious emancipation.

Second Detail of "Missus' Leeroy Shows Out"
By Ashley Doggett

Shameless, grotesqueness.

Missus' Leeroy Shows Out
By Ashley Doggett

The wretched and the wronged.

We The People
By Ashley Doggett

Portraiture of a pitiful past.

And She Was a Ghost of An Affair
By Ashley Doggett

The Master’s whip subverts its own Aryan perversion.

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