“Baby on Nail” and Other Racist Musings: Baldwin Lee’s ‘Black & White’ Exhibit Elicits Questionable Reviews

Baby on Nail by Baldwin Lee

In the November/December 2014 edition of Artscope (self-described as “New England’s Premier Culture Magazine”) Brian Goslow’s review of Baldwin Lee’s “Black & White: Photographs from the American South” is pretty much what you would expect from a bunch of Yankee… Continue Reading

New Orleans Photographers Highlight the Prisons-for-Profit System

Keith Calhoun, Prisons for Profit

In 2007, Chandra McCormick and Keith Calhoun formed the L9 Center for the Arts to emphasize and provide support to African American artists in New Orleans and the surrounding area. Their work presents stark and gripping insights into both the… Continue Reading

The Armed Society: A Reflection on the Birth of Democracy

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The right to bear arms was codified by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution on December 15, 1791. The Bill of Rights to which it belongs remains one of America’s most cherished documents defining the freedoms of an… Continue Reading