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December 20, 2015 12:57 PM

Tacoma Art Museum faces protest over lack of diversity in ‘Art AIDS America’

Artist calls for more black representation in “Art AIDS America” exhibit

African Americans bear the biggest burden of AIDS, but make up only 4 percent of show’s artists

Exhibit is about art history, not current AIDS crisis, says museum curator

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