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What is the role of art as we get out the vote and build larger movements for change? In this national conversation with engaged artists held on October 29, 2020, hear about the importance of voting in both local and national elections, using art to challenge and shift culture, and how we build powerful—and beautiful—movements.
Made By Us in partnership with the Japanese American National Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art.

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