D.C. area artists voice concern over removal of exhibit
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D.C. area artists voice concern over removal of exhibit

A small group of protestors and onlookers gather outside the National Portrait Gallery where a controversial video installation was removed after pressure from the Catholic League and various conservatives. (Jessica Dawson)

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