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Holland Cotter on FATWTS in today's starred listing in The New York Times: "Television was best of friends to the civil rights movement in the 1960s, bringing its valiant images, week after week, into American homes. Pictorial glossies like Life and Look had done a similar service a decade earlier. How did the delivery of such images come ab...out? And why? This absorbing think piece of an exhibition gives some answers, defining visual culture in the broadest sense by interspersing videos and vintage magazines with racially loaded objects from Aunt Jemima salt shakers to Black Panther posters."

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