“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.

The 'Murder of Crows, The End Hate Collection' Exhibition Catalogue.
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.