In Dallas, Telling The Stories Of Asylum Seekers Through Art

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Artist Chris Bingham's piece "A Rose By Any Other Name." (Courtesy Chris Bingham)

The U.S. grants asylum to about 24,000 individuals on average each year. Those people generally have unspeakable stories and life experiences that often go unheard.

But several artists in Dallas, including Chris Bingham, have teamed up with the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas to share those stories through art.

Hady Mawajdeh (@hadysauce) of KERA reports.


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