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July 2, 2014
Immigrant Artists Share Their Stories at the Brooklyn Public Library

Down in the basement of Park Slope’s Brooklyn Public Library, Argenys Gonzales stands beside a painting of Jesus with his arms outstretched and explains its significance in rapid Spanish. An onlooker cuts in and asks him to describe his artwork, and he moves to another piece: an thick-lined American flag painted in the shape of the United States. 

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