Matt Ruby chats w/ Rabbi Avram Mlotek about Judaism and our current crises–and his new book. Plus music by Worriers and Seán Barna.
Social media is how most of us get our news these days—so this community of activists is here to keep you in the loop.
Kristen Racaneillo, a partner and curator at Field Projects Gallery, an independent artist, activist and academic, talks about the Field Project’s  Corona + project, Black Lives and her thoughts on the role that art plays during difficult and distressing times. MarcelinaGonzales_CoronaCare comp from Field Projects.  
Republicans call Black Lives Matter protests & statue removals anti-American because it’s all they’ve got.
The message behind ‘Black Is King’ is more relevant than ever, yet some are approaching it with hate and anger.
The Black & queer musician uses his art for justice, but is taking it to a whole new level.
Even bands w/ overtly political songs have fans confused on their hardcore stances.
This week Kimberly speaks with Elisabeth Smolarz about her at-home photography gallery Spectral Lines and  the video art exhibition she curated in the window of her apartment building and Maria Rapicavoli about her project Home Made.    
This week we dive into indie hip-hop and have a chat with rappers Mega Ran and Young RJ.
The hard work these two indie hip-hop artists put into their music is intertwined with their efforts for justice.
Also unofficially known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Emancipation Day, & Cel-Liberation Day, it’s time to make Juneteenth an official holiday across the U.S.
Listen to this playlist to hear some of the best contemporary Black musicians from the LGBTQ+ community.
It’s difficult not to feel hopeless and overwhelmed during a revolution, but progress is happening.
Week 2 of the nationwide protest for Black lives.
PLUS, I read the snips from the about section of Black Lives Matter so everyone is clear on the movement.
Your favorite local bands are fighting the good fight & you can help them.
Please support Black artists/musicians and help make their voices heard. (Helpful links included!)
Those participating in the U.S. protests, stay strong out there—but most importantly, be smart.
Responsibility chains, intent-behavior gaps, local validators, and incalculable loss… but also koalas and yogurt.