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A Behind-The-Scenes Mover And Shaker Bringing The Art Of The African Diaspora With Her

“‘It’s no less ambitious than an effort to reframe art history,’ said Ms. Joyner, who sees herself as righting a wrong. ‘First, to include more broadly those who have been overlooked — and, for those with visibility, to steward and contextualize those careers.'”
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