Category: Feature

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    They Take Care of Our Loved Ones, But Who Takes Care of Them?

    October 7, 2014 - 

    Despite the essential labor they perform, domestic workers lack basic workplace protections, a fact the artist Marisa Jahn underscores as she mobilizes workers across the country with her NannyVan.  More
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    “What Is Common to All of Us?” Redefining Black Male Identity

    September 23, 2014 - 

    Drawing from his collaborative transmedia project “Question Bridge: Black Males,” the artist Hank Willis Thomas examines the racial context of the 2012 killing of Jordan Davis as the man who shot the 17-year-old Florida resident, Michael Dunn, is retried for murder.  More
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    Mexico’s Oil Belongs to Its Citizens, Not the Global 1%

    March 18, 2014 - 

    On the anniversary of Mexico’s 1938 oil nationalization, artist Yoshua Okón argues that the “energy reform” currently underway in his country will deprive citizens of income directed toward education, health care and anti-poverty programs.  More
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    Overhead: New Photos of the NSA and Other Top Intelligence Agencies Revealed

    February 10, 2014 - 

    Artist Trevor Paglen offers a glimpse of America’s vast surveillance infrastructure, photographing three of the most powerful U.S. intelligence agencies and placing the images in the public domain.  More
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    Baghdad Last Night

    January 21, 2014 - 

    Marking the anniversary of the first Gulf War, photographer Sylvia Plachy shares images of the “broken world” she witnessed in Kuwait 23 years ago, which depict the oil fires that darkened the sky for months and debris strewn along the “Highway of Death” leading to Iraq.  More
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    Editor's Letter

    There was something natural, even inevitable, about birthing a platform for artists to weigh in on the news at Creative Time—an organization that has been commissioning artists to engage with urgent social and political issues since its inception four decades ago.

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