• Student Debt

    How to Get a Whole Generation to Sell Out

    April 11, 2014  —  

    Today’s twenty-somethings aren’t apathetic or opportunistic. They’re just trying to survive an economic system that has saddled them with inescapable student debt.  More
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    Of Crimea and Other Crises: Drawings by Dan Perjovschi

    April 8, 2014  —  

    One of Romania’s best-known artists, Dan Perjovschi, shares drawings that ironically address Russia’s occupation of Crimea as well as today’s worldwide crises of inequality, debt and surveillance.  More
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    Is Capitalism Working for You?

    April 7, 2014  —  

    Artist Steve Lambert has asked thousands of people across the United States whether capitalism is working for them. Here’s why.  More
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    Nutrition Isn’t Pretty

    March 31, 2014  —  

    As climate change poses increasing threats to our agriculture, artist Tattfoo Tan challenges us to reduce food waste by rethinking what produce should look like. Tan shares creative techniques for salvaging deformed vegetables, which, with a little love, are transformed into beautiful meals.  More
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    The Day the Taliban Took Kabul

    March 24, 2014  —  

    When the Taliban first entered Kabul in 1996, writer Habib Zahori was hopeful their presence would usher in an era of peace and stability after years of civil war. His optimism quickly soured. Now, with Afghanistan’s presidential elections and the American troop withdrawal on the horizon, Zahori explains why political transition invokes a sense of wariness.  More
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    Editor's Letter

    Editor Marisa Mazria Katz speaks with the artist John Hulsey about a recent action he helped organize, in which members of the Boston community group City Life/Urbana Vida occupied a vacant house and an open radio frequency to push for affordable housing.

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