In Breaking Walls Episode 61, we head to Governor’s Island to explore the participatory art project Writing On It All, and speak with artistic director Alexandra Chasin. Highlights • An abridged history of Governor’s Island • Audio from “Here,” by Ana-Maurine Lara and LaTasha N. … Read MoreBW – EP61: Writing On It All At Governors Island with Artistic Director Alexandra Chasin
On episode 60 of Breaking Walls, we present a look at the history of audio in America on the fourth of July in honor of the 241st anniversary of America’s Independence Day. We’ll laugh, we’ll cry, we’ll get angry, and perhaps, we’ll all be able … Read MoreBW – EP60: Home For The Fourth—A History of Radio Programming on Independence Day
The Following is a joint article with massive guest contributions from Christian Elden and Marsha Barrow Smith. The first portion of the article is background, the middle by Ms. Barrow Smith, and the last by James Scully Black History Month, which began in the United … Read MoreRevolution, Independence, And Harriet Tubman: A Question of Proper Rights
What is independence? Why do we all seek some form of it? I’ve been trying to wrap my head around the core meaning inside both independence and revolution. Revolutions of all kinds are fought for independence and all independence is achieved through a revolution … Read MoreWhat is Independence? Why Do We Seek It?
In a shortened episode 17 of Breaking Walls, we introduce this month’s duel topics: Independence and Revolution. Stay tuned for more interviews over the course of this month!