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The Hunter Museum of American Art has compiled resources and works of art from black artists and creatives as protests against police brutality sweep across the country, including in Chattanooga. 

"Working toward a more inclusive, just society — a community that is truly united — is part of the Hunter's mission," museum officials said in an emailed statement. "There is a lot more work for us to do, but until we reopen, we will continue to engage audiences with content created by artists and community leaders of color and show support through the important work of listening and learning."

To view works of art, click here.  

Artists highlighted include: 

— Benny Andrews

— Radcliffe Bailey

— Romare Howard Bearden

— Elizabeth Catlett

— Nick Cave

— William H. Clarke

— Willie Cole

— Joseph Delaney

— Thornton Dial

— Robert Seldon Duncanson

— Sam Gilliam 

— Bessie Harvey 

— Alicia Henry

— Clementine Hunter

— Richard Hunt

— Lois Mailou Jones

— Jacob Lawrence

— Woodie Long

— Whitfield Lovell

— Kerry James Marshall

— Sister Gertrude Morgan

— Deborah Muirhead

— Gordon Parks 

— Faith Ringgold

— Nellie Mae Row

— Alison Saar

— Lorna Simpson 

— Therman Statom

— Jimmy Lee Sudduth

— Hank Willis Thomas

— Bill Traylor

— Kara Elizabeth Walker

— Carrie Mae Weems

— John Woodrow Wilson

— Purvis Young

 

 

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