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A Resist Covid / Take 6! billboard in Durham along highway 147. Courtesy of Carrie Mae Weems. Photo by J Caldwell.
A Resist Covid / Take 6! billboard in Durham along highway 147. Courtesy of Carrie Mae Weems. Photo by J Caldwell.

We invite visitors to RESIST COVID / TAKE 6! to respond to this outdoor exhibition and public awareness campaign by artist Carrie Mae Weems. This artwork is both hopeful (“Don’t Worry, We’ll Hold Hands Again”) and forceful—especially in its reminder that COVID-19 is more lethal to communities of color.

The Center for Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation at Duke (Duke TRHT Center) is part of a national movement whose mission is to dismantle the belief in a hierarchy of human value based on race. The Duke TRHT Center will provide analysis and interpretation of visitor responses. Your voice will become part of the fabric of how our society thinks about COVID-19.

We invite you to speak your own truth. How have your life, your family, your hopes and fears transformed since the start of this global pandemic?

SPEAK UP! RESPOND: YOUR STORIES MATTER

Thank you for sharing your story.

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The Nasher Museum is fully open to the public with free admission for all, including Thursday nights and weekends. We strongly encourage all individuals to be fully vaccinated before visiting the Nasher.