Minneapolis Co-Op For Black Artists Promotes Healing Amid Continued Trauma
The killing of Daunte Wright, just miles away from where George Floyd died, shocked the nation Sunday night. In response, one artists’ co-op in the Minneapolis community opened its doors to promote healing in a safe space.
Host Tonya Mosley speaks with Keno Evol, founder of Black Table Arts, about using art to heal from trauma and propel change.
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