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City Lights: Notions of Exile Grapples with the Venezuelan Refugee Crisis Using Literature and Dolls

The world is still coming to terms with the Venezuelan refugee crisis, the largest recorded refugee crisis in the the Americas. Even during a crisis, there’s a place for humor, childhood wonder, and dolls. “The Story of a Horse That was Quite Beautiful” will bring that to a public Zoom call this weekend. The event is part of Fabiola Delgado and Faride Mereb’s Notions of Exile exhibition at Washington Project for the Arts, […]