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When someone faces an act of antisemitism, racism, or any form of identity-based hate, whether it results in death or not, there is an uprising of many emotions. We felt it was important to bring the human experience of the aftermath to our museum.
In the days immediately following one brutal event, photographer John Noltner brought a simple studio to the intersection of 38th and Chicago, set up on the sidewalk, and asked the people gathered a question: “What do you want to say?”
The result is a series of beautiful portraits and meaningful expressions showing a balance of reverence, pain, and frustration. This series is an act of listening. Sometimes you just have to show up. Bear witness. And begin to see whether the problems are over here or over there, us or them, you or me, they are our problems. And we need to fix them together.
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Exhibit features Spanish translation.
Exhibit features Spanish translation.View less
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