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In January 2020, Arizona artist Ann Morton put out a call on social media asking people to create 8 inch by 8 inch textile squares that use equal parts red and blue. The squares and the project as a whole stands for a set of values: respect for the other, citizenship, compromise, country over party and corporate influence, and creativity. Bill Tillerman hide caption

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An Artist Leads A 'Violet Protest' Against Polarization

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