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Issue May, 2020

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A Voice in Art Pandemic Edition:
Red Hong yi
 
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The Battle Against Asian Xenophobia: 
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Editor's Note

Due to the current situation in the world, now is not the time for division, labeling, or name calling. A pandemic that unleashed a torrent of hate and violence blaming Asian Americans for the outbreak. This is not the first time Asian Americans have been the targets of misinformation related to an epidemic. The artists in this month’s issue speak up for those who have suffered injustice before us. Hate is also a virus. It will not help save lives.

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Vancouver Art Gallery Brings Together
Community Again Xenophobia  
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Advocating  Unity
During Covid-19 Through Art 
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Takashi Murakami & Supreme  
for COVID-19 HELP USA Reflief Fund
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Covid
How Artists Have Depicted
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Shedding Light Through 
Social Media Art 
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Racism in
 the Art World
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"The
Wuhan I know": Dispelling Assumptions
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Different,
but Tied Together
COVID-19 Pandemic
Gives Rise To Underlying Social Issues