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Quyhn Vu: Softened Scars

Mark Rothko (American, born Russia, 1903–70). No. 17 [or] No. 15 1949, oil on canvas, 51 7/8 x 29 1/8 inches. Gift of The Mark Rothko Foundation, Inc. National Gallery of Art, Washington 1986.43.142.

Mark Rothko Paintings

Arthur Ray Cole (United States, 1892–1974). Three-Handled Vase, circa 1955, glazed earthenware. Gift of the Mint Museum Auxiliary and Daisy Wade Bridges from the Collection of Walter and Dorothy Auman. H1983.190.1266

The Cole Family: A Dynasty of North Carolina Potters

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Black Lives Matter sign held above a crowd of protestors in Uptown Charlotte. Photo by Casey Hendrickson.

Anti-racism resources

As an institution, we’re committed to confronting persistent issues to build a foundation for progress. And for many of our staff, from those on senior leadership to part-time employees, this process started with self-education. Here is a sampling of some of the key books, films, podcasts, influencers and organizations that Mint staff have found enlightening as we endeavor to change our perspective and effect change.

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