A panel discussion w/ local artists and activists about climate change and the role of culture.
we present a discussion on the role of art and culture in the current political moment moderated by Davey D. The discussion featured Akonadi Foundation’s 2018 commissioned artist, Joshua Mays, and past poster contributors Janine Macbeth and Robert Trujillo. Each commissioned artists participated in the Racial Justice Poster Project, a project that lifts up arts … Continued
The U.S. was left the world’s sole superpower after the demise of the Soviet Union. Yet the U.S. spends a mind-boggling amount on weapons and we’re constantly warned, including in the liberal media, that there are dangerous governments out there in need of containment, Russia being first among them. John Marciano discusses the lessons of … Continued
We speak with Reem Assil, who was a community organizer for ten years before deciding that her true passion is food. Reem started Reem’s California, an Arab street corner bakery in Oakland’s Fruitvale district, with the help of several community initiatives including the Women’s Initiative for Self-Employment, La Cocina and ICA Fund Good Jobs. And in … Continued
Palestinian feminist educators discuss the current crisis and its historical context. First, from Jerusalem, we speak with Nadera Shalhoub Kevorkian, professor of criminology at the Hebrew University, and a member of the Jerusalemite Women’s Coalition. The coalition issued a call for protection to the international community last week. Then, Rabab Abdulhadi, professor of Ethnic Studies … Continued