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John Wright, PhD, University of Notre Dame is a professor in the College of Arts and Humanities at Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego, CA.

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An Artistic Response to Contested Histories

The nation has begun removing Confederate statues around the United States. Whether we see these signifiers as landmarks, artworks, or historical marker, there may be a better way to address the frustration that appears to be guiding such actions.
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