PBS American Portrait

Public Art: Tulsa | PBS American Portrait

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Rick Lowe explains how the G.A.P. Van Project, his public art installation in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is meant to serve the community as a way to process the emotion from the trauma of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre.

Aired: 02/22/21 | Rating: NR

Funding for PBS American Portrait provided by Anne Ray Foundation, Target, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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