Clashes around censorship have pitted parents against educators, and against each other, while outside funding raises the stakes.
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?
Belt Magazine presents an excerpt from distinguished reporter Jeff Sharlet's disturbing, brilliant, and important new book about the threat of American fascism "The Undertow: Scenes from a Slow Civil War."
The language at times was tinted with ominous undertones.
Though Simon’s politics have mostly been forgotten, his message is more relevant than ever.
Even back then there were hints of the Dr. Oz we know today.
The National Public Housing Museum is pluralizing the program's mythic narrative.
The obscure nineteenth-century legislation shaping Wisconsin’s post-Roe reality.
In Detroit, abortion access meets pollution and climate vulnerability.
A developer promises green jobs, but residents are skeptical.
Candidates like John Fetterman and Summer Lee are charting a more progressive future for Democrats.
Jenny Justice’s daughter died of a drug overdose in 2020. The Illinois mother wants to help others avoid the same fate.