Old Cabell Hall Mural: Artistic Expression or Target for Removal?

The mural in Old Cabell Hall, completed in 2012 by Lincoln Perry, features some images that some consider offensive. Director of jazz performance John D’earth, professor emeritus Paul Barolsky, and 4th year student Chelsea Holt spoke with us about their thoughts on these images and whether or not they should be censored.

Produced By Karin Kirn, K. Josiah Park, and Kara Peters

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Karin Kirn
I'm currently planning to major in Media Studies and French. Class of 2021. For questions and comments, please contact me at: kmk5gk@virginia.edu
K. Josiah Park
Hello, I am an editor and camera person for WUVA. I just have a passion for creating.
Kara Peters
I am currently a third-year double-majoring in Media Studies and American Studies. I have a passion for reporting, listening to peoples' stories and being a voice to the voiceless. If you would like to contact me regarding any questions, comments, or concerns please email at knp6ys@virginia.edu

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