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Jacob Lawrence's vignettes in The Life of Toussaint L’Ouverture depict moments in the slave-born general's life and events that led to the Haitian Revolution@ColbyMuseum 

Metropolitan Museum visitor finds a missing Jacob Lawrence painting. "It was an incredibly joyful moment," curator Sylvia Yount told @caroloffcbc  "And the fact that it was discovered by one of our visitors, no less, not by a curator."

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Andell Family Sundays Anytime is thrilled to present Make a Ballot Box: Vote!, a bilingual art workshop inspired by the artwork "The 1920's...The Migrants Arrive and Cast Their Ballots" by artist Jacob Lawrence. Watch and create:

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“Here is what they seemed to say: We have never not been in struggle. The country conceived in conflict and combat, debate and divisiveness, remains so.” Join us for the final week of "Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle," closing November 1.

It's not every day a missing painting is located - and in someone's living room, to boot. But that's just what happened after a visitor saw the Met's Jacob Lawrence exhibit and realized she could help complete the series.

Black American modernist Jacob Lawrence is the focus of an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, featuring most of his Struggle series. An exhibition visitor realized that she knew where one of the missing paintings was.

A painting by American artist Jacob Lawrence that has not been seen in public for 60 years has been found and will soon take its designated place in a 30-piece exhibit of Lawrence’s work.

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A long-lost painting by famed Black American modernist Jacob Lawrence is back on public display for the first time in decades

A Jacob Lawrence painting, part of his “American Struggle” series, was thought to be missing for 60 years. It was discovered in an Upper West Side apartment, and it will be on public view starting Thursday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

As the Met reopens with “Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle,” our critic @kimmelman  revisits his 1996 interview with the artist. The discussion revealed Lawrence as a product of the Harlem Renaissance and a painter whose art remains as timely as ever.

'I was born a slave, but nature gave me the soul of a free man.' Toussaint Louverture was one of the leading figures in the Haitian Revolution (1791–1804), a precursor to the establishment of the world’s first independent black republic. He is depicted here by Jacob Lawrence

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Jacob Rees Mogg had dinner with a group whose leader called 'for the "assisted repatriation" of ethnic minority people whose families have moved to Britain since the Second World War, as advocated in the 1970 Conservative Party manifesto. He singled out Doreen Lawrence.'

African American artist Jacob Lawrence’s “Migration Series,” was a landmark artwork to document the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural South to northern cities beginning in 1910. Learn more: #APeoplesJourney  #BlackHistoryMonth 

"‘And the migrants kept coming’ is a refrain of triumph over adversity. If it rings true for you today, then it must still strike a chord in our American experience.” –Jacob Lawrence, born on this day in 1917. Take a closer look: #CitizensBorders 

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