By Edgar Barens
Robbin Henderson’s drawings capture the spirit of radical activist Matilda Rabinowitz
New book shows its also about sexual violence, health care, gender-nonconforming rights, white supremacy and raising children in safe environments.
1965 legislation launching NEA & NEH is a remarkable statement about culture in America
In Quebec, coops and non-profit businesses account for 8-10 percent of GDP
400,000 marched in NYC; 75,000-100,000 in Madison; 10,000 in Seneca Falls; and 125 in Loup City, Nebraska (pop. 1000).
Dynamic spoken word/hip hop duo declares “Love Will Triumph”
“It was so moving to work on this the same year the Supreme Court ruling came out,” says Clearfield, who wrote much of the composition at BMC.
The Afars—a Muslim minority—get little attention because they remain in Africa rather than flee to Europe.
A self-proclaimed sci-fi fanatic, it comes as no surprise that ecological complexity would become the star of Kantayya’s first feature.