Results related to “Arts and Culture”

Portrait Series

Portrait Series “Indivisible” Explores Multiracial Identities

by Qimmah Saafir on March 31 2015, 12:51PM

Korean and black artist Samantha Wall creates a portrait project to convey what words cannot about racial identity.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Inside Out 11M Public Art Project Hits Miami

Inside Out 11M Public Art Project Hits Miami

by Von Diaz on September 3 2013, 3:08PM

11M draws attention to the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. through a participatory art project.

Topics: /NOW

Asian and Latino Artists Weigh In On a Changing America Photo

Asian and Latino Artists Weigh In On a Changing America

by Jamilah King on August 13 2013, 7:00AM

Four artists of color featured at Washington, D.C.’s Smithsonian share their work—and their vision of what it means to be American.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Women in Trouble

by Erasmo Guerra on March 9 2010, 12:00PM

Lorraine M. Lopez’s new book of short stories features adult characters terrorized by children—young and grown—and cats with bulimia.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Don’t Stop Thinking about Tomorrow

by Erasmo Guerra on February 26 2010, 12:00PM

In his debut novel, Michael Jaime-Becerra paints a vivid picture of small town Latino life in America.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Tex-Mex Express

by Erasmo Guerra on February 19 2010, 12:00PM

Despite Mexico’s bad press, one writer finds that the border spirit lives on.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Davis and Douglass in Tandem

by Brittany Shoot on February 12 2010, 12:00PM

A new collection of Angela Davis’s lectures and Frederick Douglass’s writings puts history in perspective.

Topics: Arts & Culture

David Mamet’s Race Problem

by Adebe DeRango-Adem on February 12 2010, 12:00PM

The new Broadway play is made for an audience that wouldn’t know the breakdown of white power even if it were covered in big red sequins.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Embracing My Undocumented
Immigrant Identity

by Alberto Ledesma on February 5 2010, 12:00PM

One Latino reflects on how he overcame his fears to find that the best use of his citizenship today is to speak against anti-immigrant attacks.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Beauty Is In The Perspective

by Daisy Hernandez on January 22 2010, 12:00PM

South Korean artist Jang Suk Joon tells powerful visual stories of how neighborhoods are shaped by politics, history and yes, even sex.

Topics: Arts & Culture

A Black Panther’s Fight for Freedom Behind Bars

by Charles Morse on January 20 2010, 12:00PM

A review of Robert Hillary King’s autobiography

Topics: Arts & Culture

Jeff Buckley Around the World

by Juba Kalamka on January 12 2010, 12:00PM

The posthumous DVD/CD set captures the best of the artist’s live performances

Topics: Arts & Culture

Single Black Women Speak For Themselves

by Tammy Johnson on January 11 2010, 12:00PM

A book review of Nika Beamon's new book, I Didn't Work This Hard Just to Get Married.

Topics: Arts & Culture, Gender & Sexuality

Whipping Up A Little Magic In Vancouver’s Chinatown

by Roya Rastegar on January 11 2010, 12:00PM

A review of the independent film Long Life, Happiness and Prosperity starring Sandra Oh

Topics: Arts & Culture

Glee Is Off Key on Race

by Alex Jung on December 18 2009, 12:00PM

The popular TV show illustrates what goes wrong when liberals focus on diversity.

Topics: Arts & Culture

A Bittersweet Melody from Montevideo

by Erasmo Guerra on December 15 2009, 12:00PM

Carolina De Robertis’s first novel is an intimate history of one family in Uruguay.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Structural Racism 101 For The White Folks Who Need It Most

by Jamilah King on December 14 2009, 12:00PM

Tim Wise’s new book breaks it down for people who think Obama’s win means we’re past race.

Topics: Arts & Culture

The Greening of Hip-Hop

by Eric Arnold on December 9 2009, 12:00PM

Rappers address climate change and sustainability

Topics: Arts & Culture

The Wild, Wild West: Cornel Publishes His Memoirs

by Natalie Maxwell on December 3 2009, 12:00PM

The professor riffs on faith, education and relationships.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Darius Rucker Crosses Country Music’s Color Line

by Juba Kalamka on November 25 2009, 12:00PM

The former star of Hootie & the Blowfish becomes the first Black man to win the Country Music Association award for best new artist.

Topics: Arts & Culture

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