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Openly gay puppeteer uses his art to bring understanding to his small hometown in Kansas

During Pride Month, parades and other celebrations have been held in some of the nation’s largest cities to celebrate LGBTQ rights, but smaller towns have also been marking the occasion. Cat Wise traveled to rural Kansas, where an artist is using his craft to raise awareness and foster understanding in his community. Her report is part of our arts and culture series, “CANVAS.”

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