My Great-Great Grandmother Was a Famous Outsider Artist. Let’s Explore the “isms” Attached to This Exclusionary Term.

Wash Day, by Clementine Hunter, 1971 (From the collection of DuSable Museum of African American History). Credit: Google Arts and Culture.

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Top Writer in Feminism. Public Voices fellow of the OpEd Project and the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication.

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Top Writer in Feminism. Public Voices fellow of the OpEd Project and the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication.

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