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Rokeby Museum extends showing of ‘Lift Every Voice’

“Lift Every Voice” is an exhibition of 15 hooked rugs reproduced from Elizabeth Catlett’s 1947 “I am the Black Woman” series. Catlett’s 15 linocuts commemorate African American women’s historical oppression, resistance, and survival.

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