Art historian Jody Patterson, an expert on public art in the 1930s, discusses the legacy of the New Deal's support for the arts and efforts to establish art as a public good.
The New Deal era Negro Theater Project brought the story of the black experience to its audiences. Modern media industry leaders should use that framework when addressing racial injustice.
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