As Old Monuments Come Down, One Atlanta Artist Reflects A More Complete History
At a time when monuments and statues glorifying the confederacy and white supremacy are coming down across Georgia and the country, the question now turns to what might go up in their place.
For four decades, an Atlanta-area sculptor has been creating public artwork that commemorates a more complete history — of our communities and our country.
Emil Moffatt from member station WABE has this profile.
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