In a last-minute special session, the GOP-led legislature rushed through a law denying care that corrections officials don’t deem “medically necessary.”
To understand the history of St. Louis’s bricks is to unearth systems of power, economy, dispossession, decline, and manifest destiny; the storybook decorative brickwork we see today becomes a tale as complex—and as sinister—as American history itself.
There seems to be a complex equation that residents have to live with, a struggle between acknowledging the past and hoping for the future while demonstrating their community’s resilience. A necessity of crafting out a tomorrow in the rust.
My city has also not been particularly adept at acknowledging its sins, past or present, let alone attempting to atone for them.
Discover Peoria had only removed the video featuring a Black trans artist... Despite assurances otherwise, they understood the removal to be an act of erasure, not a simple mistake.
Artists and activists continue to organize as Keith LaMar’s November execution date draws near.
How does public art limit (or extend) what we can know about the past, present, or future? How can art support us in telling a new story, a shared story about who we are?
Cleveland's school superintendent is leaving after eleven years, with disagreements about the future of education in the city.
How did greyhound racing survive in West Virginia—and how long can it last?
The Buffalo Syllabus, then, exists not only as a love letter to Black Buffalo, but as a remembrance and acknowledgement. It serves to fill in gaps and correct narratives.
I think that's a huge part of chowing down on Copi. You're an eco-warrior, someone making a difference, eating one invasive fish at a time.
“Why do we have more guns than people?” Jacobs questions.