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Democratic Party’s Enemy: Not Trump, But Trumpism

For the Democratic Party, opposition to Trumpism is not enough.

Gender on Battlefields Ancient and Modern: Theater of War

Veterans speak words full of pain and clarity. Welcome to Theater of War.

The Long Fight, the Big Loss and the Front Lines of...

A smaller demonstration of resistance took place in the parking lot of my high school.

How to Approach Arts Activism (and Not Make Another Pepsi Ad)

In this podcast, is your art really activism or are you just selling soda--er, tickets?

Yesterday’s Xenophobia Today: Japanese Internment & Muslim Bans

Exhibitions commemorate Japanese internment with chilling relevance to politics today.

As Controversial Kunstler, Jeff McCarthy Holds Court

The Drama Desk-nominated actor Jeff McCarthy recently confided that, years ago, his child eyes would "flash wide open on Saturday mornings, hellbent on getting...

Artists Address Revolution: Trump Today vs. 1917 Bolsheviks

Russian avant-garde artists supported the Bolshevik Revolution; artists today resist.

“Notorious” Ruth Bader Ginsburg in “My Own Words”

Writings on feminism, fairness, and equal and civil rights. Why an opera libretto?

ACLU and Other Orgs Light the Way Through Dark Times

Thanks to all the activists still standing up for everyone’s America.

Calling Out Arts Organizations: This is Our Fault

We, the arts arm of the nonprofit industrial complex, let this happen.

Powerful Exhibition of LGBTQ Artists “On The Inside”

Exquisite drawings by incarcerated LGBTQ artists at Abrons Arts Center.

Fugard’s “Master Harold…”: Prelude to American Aparteid?

Fugard’s play is as fresh as the morning’s headlines. Any morning, lately.

How Artists Can Be Political Activists: A Podcast with TCG

Jonathan Moscone and Rhiana Yazzie discuss TCG's trip to Capitol Hill.

A Letter to Well-Meaning White People

Save a life: have an awkward conversation.

My Name Is Tim, and I Am Addicted to White Privilege

The only way to begin to address racism meaningfully is to acknowledge our addiction.

The Scourge of Good People

After Orlando, I weep because the bad ones are our responsibility, too.

The Complex Prison Creative Part 2

For a few days, inmates at Sing Sing experience the freedom of the Bard's Illyria.

The Complex Prison Creative, Part 1

Rehabilitation Through the Arts and director Kate Powers bring Shakespeare to Sing Sing.

We Need All Four Arts Of Social Justice Bending

We must recognize and appreciate what each type of activist brings to changing the world.

Justice Long Delayed for Albert Woodfox, Finally Arrived

"I told him that unless he sits in a cell 23 hours a day for 40 years, he has no idea."

What I Got Out of My Lunch with the New NEA...

In June 2018, President Trump appointed Mary Anne Carter to be Acting Chair of the National Endowment for the Arts. The press at the...
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