'New Yorker' Cover Shows A Divided St. Louis NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Bob Staake, illustrator of the controversial cover of The New Yorker, which depicts the St. Louis skyline divided in half by the colors black and white.
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'New Yorker' Cover Shows A Divided St. Louis

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'New Yorker' Cover Shows A Divided St. Louis

'New Yorker' Cover Shows A Divided St. Louis

'New Yorker' Cover Shows A Divided St. Louis

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NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Bob Staake, illustrator of the controversial cover of The New Yorker, which depicts the St. Louis skyline divided in half.