I think it’s interesting that wbez.org chose a milder image than the one above to illustrate their story about artist James Pate’s exhibit at The Dusable Museum of African American History. On the other hand, WBEZ tells it like it is: “Pate said his art stems from conversations in the black community, ‘about how black-on-black violence has replaced the KKK form of terrorism. I decided . . . I would illustrate that sentiment and show them going at it and some of the aftermath of these acts.'” In contrast, Dusable’s official description tries to disable racially-based criticism with PC obfuscation: “In the KKK-‘Kin Killin’ Kin’ series, James Pate reveals a negative social reality in hopes of finding collective and positive solutions to a problem that touches us all directly or indirectly.” Either way, brave man. Brave work. Bravo.