“R is for Racism: How ABC Books Taught Children to Hate” at the High Low

    Inspired by historical ABC books, Tasha Nicolé Burton crafts a setting designed to examine the way in which race and racism is taught to children. The imagery is both disturbing and thought provoking, challenging the viewer to scrutinize their experiences and reactions to the material. In this video, the artist discusses the show and the events in her life which inspired it. The exhibition is available to view by appointment at the High Low through November 15, 2020. For more information and to make a reservation, go to www.kranzbergartsfoundation.org.

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