Archive for the ‘Health’ Category

By now, we’re all quite clear that “Hood Disease” is not only not an actual disease, but that it was born […]

It seems every few years I’m struck with a similar dilemma, in a time of disaster relief, where and to […]

Recently, a picture has been floating around the Internet of a children’s book called “The Night Dad Went to Jail: […]

America has entered new territory when it comes to issues of sexual diversity: “Toleranceville.”  Never heard of it? Sure you […]

As I climbed the subway stairs on an unusually warm and sunny Spring day, I saw the shadows of two […]

This Monday New York City is lucky to witness the new performance piece “Window Sex Project” by Sydnie Mosley. The […]

Tonight from 6 to 8pm at City College in the Morales/Shakur Student and Community Center (NAC 3/201) in Harlem I […]

I had the honor of being invited by Holly Kearl, author of Stop Street Harassment, to be a guest male […]

Yesterday the NYTimes ran an interesting Op-Ed piece on Charter Schools by Charles Murray entitled, “Why Charter Schools Fail the Test.” I read through it quickly and thought it to be arguing two main things: standardized tests were weak measures and that school choice was a democratic right. Sounds agreeable, right? But why was this written by Charles Murray author of the thinly veiled racist polemic The Bell Curve?

Art that Heals

April 15, 2009 · 0 Comments

In the Welsh-Asante Aesthic model there is no form without function. In the production of SOARS, by A Long Walk Home you have a powerful art form that is not only stunning but begins the work of healing. Read more about it here.