Especially powerful: White Bread, one of Cox’s screen door creations showing a child in a Ku Klux Klan robe, a teddy bear in one hand. It tears at the heart as it reminds us, as Oscar Hammerstein II wrote in his song “Carefully Taught” - “You’ve got to be carefully taught to hate…” Cox read about an Arkansas KKK camp for children, which inspired the work.” “Exhibits pushed barriers in ’15
— Ellis Widner, Arkansas Democrat Gazette, January 3, 2016.

End Hate Shirt

Make your voice heard against hatred! Softstyle shirts with logo design by Human Rights artist V.L. Cox spread the message to END HATE


The 'Murder of Crows, The End Hate Collection' Exhibition Catalog.
Library of Congress.

A hand-signed 9" x 11" perfect bound, photo-quality paperback book with
64 pages of full color images documenting the popular anti-discrimination collection.