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Color Outside the Lines: Celebrating Thirty Years at NAAMCC Motown Music Brunch

  Color Outside the Lines: Celebrating Thirty Years at NAAMCC Motown Music Brunch

National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center, Wilberforce When the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center (NAAMCC) opened its doors in 1988, it was on the vanguard by being one of the first national museums dedicated to African American history. Color Outside the Lines: Celebrating Thirty Years at NAAMCC commemorates the museum’s 30th anniversary. Enjoy a […]

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The Storytellers – Opening Reception

  The Storytellers – Opening Reception

Join us for the opening reception of The Storytellers! This exhibition, curated by Barb Vogel, honors the work of printmakers Sid Chafetz, Joan Tallan and Marge Bender who, for decades, were luminaries of the Columbus Arts scene. Their works honor historical figures, explore their family and Jewish heritage, and use satire and humor in their […]

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

  Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our […]

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

  Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our […]

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

  Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our […]

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

  Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our […]

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

  Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our […]

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