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The Power of Slurs

"Speech and Harm" Opinionator - Exclusive Online Community from The New York Times By Ernie Lepore November 7, 2010 What is at the root of the power of slurs to cause unease, shock and pain? This opinion piece looks at how words...more

diversity   Nov 28, 2010 • Views:4338 • Comments: 0


Creative Partnerships: Steve Jobs, Shakespeare, & Cirque

NPR has been running an interesting radio series that goes behind the scenes and talks about creative partnerships in the arts.  One focuses on the symbiotic relationship between Apple's Steve Jobs and his lead designer, Jonathan Ive.  Anot...more

artists   Jan 7, 2011 • Views:5395 • Comments: 0


Radiolab Live: Symmetry

Science and ideas radio show Radiolab is once again peaking out from behind the speaker and performing their show live and in person.  Co-hosts Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich are hitting the road for a three-city tour (New York, Los Angeles, an...more

artists   Feb 8, 2011 • Views:3641 • Comments: 0


How to Shift Some Votes to Support Public Broadcasting

Much is being written about the fate and value of funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which funds National Public Radio and PBS. This article by Patrick Goldstein and James Rainey of The Los Angeles Times contains a strateg...more

advocacy   Mar 14, 2011 • Views:4867 • Comments: 1


Radioactive Orchestra: Making Music from Nuclear Isotopes

In a previous post we featured music that was inspired by physics and the exploding of particles in CERN's Large Hadron Collider.  Once again, science and music make interesting bedfellows in a collaboration between Sweden's Royal Institute...more

artists   technology   Sep 3, 2011 • Views:4098 • Comments: 0


NEA Opera Honors Celebrates Diverse Artists

On October 27, 2011, the National Endowment for the Arts presented the 2011 NEA Opera Honors to recipients John Conklin, Speight Jenkins, Risë Stevens, and Robert Ward. The NEA Opera Honors celebrate visionaries and luminaries who, by making ext...more

diversity   artists   Oct 30, 2011 • Views:10215 • Comments: 0


Cultural Bias for Racism

"Cultural Bias for Racism" by Rick Nauert, PhD. Psych Central News October 3, 2011   "Words like 'black' tended to have a much stronger correlation with words that are associated with negative and positive stereotyp...more

diversity   Nov 13, 2011 • Views:4949 • Comments: 0


This American Life: Mr. Daisey And The Apple Factory

Mike Daisey was a self-described "worshipper in the cult of Mac." Then he saw some photos from a new iPhone, taken by workers at the factory where it was made. Mike wondered: Who makes all my crap? He traveled to China to find out. Don't...more

artists   technology   Jan 24, 2012 • Views:6833 • Comments: 0