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Sister Mary Corita Kent

Today's Google Doodle celebrates the art of Sister Mary Corita Kent. 
Sister Mary Corita Kent taking a photograph
(Sister Corita, Art and Beauty in the Life of the Sister, pub. 1968, p. 74)
 Nun, artist, and activist, her original silkscreens from the 1960s have been inspirational.
Sister Mary Corita Kent
I've always admired her vibrant colors, hand stenciled typography, and provocative messages.
Yes, People like us.  by Sister Corita

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