The Davis Museum at Wellesley College removes artworks created by immigrants as a stance against the Trump travel ban.
From February 16 - 21 the museum will remove or shroud 120 artworks to highlight the contributions that immigrants have had on art and culture in America. Collectively, the gallery will be without about 20 percent of its collection during this time.
Though the move will likely lead to a decrease in visitors considering many of the gallery walls will be empty, it's a powerful move that if replicated around the country could have a major impact on drawing attention to the controversial executive order that Trump is fighting for.
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