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Exhibit Shines Light on the Tulsa Massacre 100 Years Later

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Artist Leslee Howes Stradford, photographed at The Church.  MICHAEL HELLER

Artist Leslee Howes Stradford, photographed at The Church. MICHAEL HELLER

Artist Leslee Howes Stradford, photographed at The Church.  MICHAEL HELLER

Artist Leslee Howes Stradford, photographed at The Church. MICHAEL HELLER

authorCailin Riley on May 26, 2021
It’s an essential question that artist and educator Dr. Leslee Howes Stradford poses when speaking about her work: “If you’ve been lied to about your history, or it’s never been... more

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