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Gallery Talk, 2010
Performance (notes)

Visitors to the Neuberger Museum of Art are given a tour of the Faith Ringgold exhibition "American People, Black Light", which is sponsored by JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. The tour highlights the connections between the subject matter of several paintings from the show and the legal history of JPMC and MSSB. A poster titled "Women Free Angela" serves as the background for a story about a sex discrimination lawsuit against Morgan Stanley, while a painting that reads "Die Nigger" is paired with an account of JPMorgan's alleged theft from the citizens of an Alabaman city that happens to be predominantly African American.