In This Special Issue


ARTS & POLITICS

Nathan Thomas
Let's Not Talk About This...
People Are Eating!

Lissa Tyler Renaud
Peacemaking and the Arts

Michael Bettencourt
Theatrical Politics

Arthur Meiselman
Hollywood Politique

Les Marcott
Johnny Cash & Richard Nixon

Claudine Jones
Black is the Color

Carla Maria Verdino-S├╝llwold
Singing of Social Issues

Patrick Walsh
Yeats at the Crossroads

Griselda Steiner
Never To Be Forgotten

Kathi Wolfe
Getting Uppity

Karren LaLonde Alenier
The Politics of Art Collecting

Elliot Feldman
Art Vs. Censorship

Jon Rendell
Homelessness In San Francisco

David Wiley
What Have They Told You Today?

Miles David Moore
The Boy Who Killed Saddam Hussein

Janine Yasovant
Art As A Turning Point
(in English and Thai)

 

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