The decision of what architecture represents America is subject to the whim of those in power, who often make this choice to serve their own agendas.
The Duncan’s 30-to-40-some-odd residents made up a tiny part of the count of people experiencing housing insecurity in the city, but their dramatic displacement was key to mobilizing public support.
The pandemic has shocked an already-broken system of artist compensation, and artists have been left to pick up the pieces themselves.
Historians' attempts to discover “truth” are situated in their own political moments, just as the histories they study are situated in theirs.
Can bringing Sweetgreen to stir fry help save an embattled industry?
Through the refugee crisis, people have become more vocal about beliefs that do not align with the liberal, progressive mainstream.
We see and feel the painful legacies of slavery all around us.