Seeing their faces

Laura Lee Gulledge and LaQuinn collaborate on protest art


Laura Lee Gulledge (left) added LaQuinn’s lyrics to her pop-up gallery exhibition on the Downtown Mall. “Learning someone’s story turns strangers into friends,” says Gulledge in her artist’s statement.
Photo by Jill Mumie

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