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The Secular and the Sacred

Snapshot Corita Kent

Mary's Day, 1964

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Pictures made in grocery stores, for graphical inspiration

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A Mary's Day banner: “Nothing is real to us but hunger”

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Art from advertisements

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Art from advertisements

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Los Angeles, a Mary's Day celebration

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Boston, Corita Kent's kitchen

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She is not frivolous, except to those who see life as a problem.
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No. 30

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Corita Kent (1918–1986) was an artist, educator, and advocate for social justice.

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