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VETERANS COMING HOME

Street art as service in New Orleans

  • Aired: 06/03/2016
  • 06:14
  • Rating: NR
In New Orleans, we met artist and activist Brandan “Bmike” Odums, who spoke about serving his community through his art and how his father’s service as a Marine inspired him to service. As we wander the streets of NOLA, he talks to us about the value of public art, especially in “at-risk” places, and how he takes negative images and makes them positive.
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