Under a fig tee. The moon coming through at dusk. Debris of changing seasons. City living. A timely read.
NPR’s Audie Cornish breaks down getting over imposter syndrome and knowing when to stop and take care of yourself. Photographer Tommy Kha on making the work you want to create and not succumbing to the limits of other people’s imaginations. What Black critics have to say is essential for expanding our understanding of the arts.… Continue reading Links For The Voracious
A little something from around the internet. Federally subsidized child care at the equivalent of $7.70 a day? The United States did it during World War II. Libertarianism apparently doesn’t work in the wild. What black bears, untested political theory and dismantling local government teaches us about the need for fully funded public education. Undermining… Continue reading Links for The Voracious
The Grill on The Alley, ChicagoDeborah Daniel’s HOW is a powerful example of what can happen when we really see people. Ofelia Esparza- altarista, artist, and 2018 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) National Heritage Fellow- on the three deaths we all experience. https://youtu.be/q-c7-WmwzQg Read NYC Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza’s powerful words on segregation and… Continue reading Links for the Voracious