Historically, black artists have long played an integral role in social justice movements by using their art and their voice to amplify anger and frustrations. This City Limits episode examines how artists and arts organizations in Syracuse are working to support and sustain the racial justice movement. This story features the voices of the Black Artist Collective, 100 Black Men of Syracuse, the Community Folk Art Center, Syracuse Stage and listeners like you.
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