Exhibit Explores History of Haitian Turmoil

When the Aristide government was ousted last spring, a raucous crowd looted and burned artwork from a museum in Haiti's capital of Port-Au-Prince. That incident —combined with a history of turmoil — plays a key role in an art exhibition currently showing at a Los Angeles museum. NPR's Nova Safo reports.



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