Almost since the time man first starting painting on the walls of caves, there's been a fine line between creative expression and appropriation. But some now say that line has been crossed in a painting titled “Open Casket,” which depicts Emmett Till, an African-American teen who was killed after being accused of flirting with a white woman. At issue for many is the painter, Dana Schutz—who is a white woman—and many argue her depiction of Till’s image is, therefore, inappropriate. Others, however, argue it’s artistic licenses. Boston Public Radio co-host Margery Eagan and Reverend Irene Monroe, a syndicated religion columnist and regular guest on Boston Public Radio on 89.7 WGBH Radio join Jim to discuss.