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Black Gallerists Press Forward Despite a Market That Holds Them Back As Art Basel opens online, African-American galleries are glaringly absent By Robin Pogrebin
Black Cultural Leaders Make a Unified Call: 'Value Our Work' A letter signed by hundreds of artists, writers, film producers and directors, actors and singers demanded that institutions be 'active agents' in fighting racism By Julia Jacobs
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White-Dominated Arts Institutions Are Keen To Diversify. But Are They Willing To Give Up Power?
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