Wadsworth Jarrell

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An artist collective formed in the late 1960s called AfriCOBRA made art to empower black communities. And it was gorgeous.

AfriCOBRA artists made colorful tributes to black power

An artist collective formed in the late 1960s called AfriCOBRA made art to empower black communities. And it was gorgeous.

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