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Bronx Culture Being Studied in Nebraska College Course

Freshman Sierra Karst’s street art sits outside the Bay on Dec. 5, 2017, in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Photo by Odochi Akwani

According to The Daily Nebraskan the Bronx is being used as background for a college course in Nebraska.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln students, are learning about the significance of street art in American culture, specifically focusing on the Bronx in the 1960’s, when poverty was at its peak and simultaneous with an explosion of art, music, dance, and graffiti art.

Read the full December 6, 2017 story by Aaliyah Wells in DAILY NEBRASKAN …

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