Lewis Diuguid

June 9, 2013

Regaining lost ground in civil rights and the arts

Jacqueline Chanda, the president of the Kansas City Art Institute, remains filled with the same hope for the present and future that her parents instilled in her during the civil rights movement. It fueled her career. That hope, with the community’s renewed push, can make the next 50 years in America the greatest of all for the arts.

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