With New Urgency, Museums Cultivate Curators of Color | The New York Times For decades the country’s mainstream art museums have excluded people of color — from their top leadership to the curators who create shows to the artists they display on their walls.

For decades the country’s mainstream art museums have excluded people of color — from their top leadership to the curators who create shows to the artists they display on their walls.

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The Philosopher Who Believed That Art Was Key to Black Liberation | The New York Times “The question is no longer what whites think of the Negro but of what the Negro wants to do and what price he is willing to pay to do it.”

“The question is no longer what whites think of the Negro but of what the Negro wants to do and what price he is willing to pay to do it.”

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Jazz Notes: Vision Fest, Mickey Bass, children’s jazz book | New York Amsterdam News Little Theodore and Hazel, with instruments in hand (trumpet and harp), were off to the park to play when suddenly they ran into a sad bird that needed help.

Little Theodore and Hazel, with instruments in hand (trumpet and harp), were off to the park to play when suddenly they ran into a sad bird that needed help.

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An Orchestra of Hope for Baltimore’s Future | AFRO Now in its 11th year serving our students, OrchKids is a year-round, during- and after-school music program designed to create social change and nurture promising futures for young people who live in Baltimore City’s neighborhoods.

Now in its 11th year serving our students, OrchKids is a year-round, during- and after-school music program designed to create social change and nurture promising futures for young people who live in Baltimore City’s neighborhoods.

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