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Aug 1–31, Thursdays–Sundays, 12–5 pm, ended Aug 31, 2019
SOIL Pioneer Square (Seattle)
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Until 1968 in Washington, it was legal to discriminate against minorities, with white-only clauses and other restrictions on homeowner deeds, a practice called “redlining.” This had a deep impact on the history of our city and our communities. At the moment, there’s a wave of artists across Seattle trying to reckon with this ugly history—like Warren Pope’s Blood Lines, Time Lines, and Red Lines at Northwest African-American Museum or Excluded, Inside the Lines at Wing Luke Museum. This group show at SOIL adds to the mix, bringing together Black, indigenous, Asian, Latinx, Muslim, and Jewish artists who work in different mediums to grapple with the history and effects of redlining locally. by Jas Keimig

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112 Third Ave S Seattle, WA 98104 Venue website

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