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Arts groups plan thinly veiled protests against Trump inauguration

Arts groups plan thinly veiled protests against Trump inauguration

Baltimore-area arts groups are planning activities for this week ranging from literary readings to a dance party that could be interpreted as thinly veiled protests against the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.

None of the organizers are saying explicitly that events named "Nasty Women and Bad Hombres: Inauguration Night in Baltimore" (the title is a satirical allusion to phrases used by Trump during the campaign) or "Writers Resist Baltimore: Voices United!" are meant to rally Trump's opponents.

But it's not hard to read between the lines.

"Our event is not anti-Trump," said Carla Du Pree, the executive director of Baltimore's...

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