Pat LaMarche’s ‘Priscilla the Princess of the Park’ book series illuminates the often downplayed humanity of homeless populations, underscoring how the issue is the result of ineffective policy, not personal fault.
Despite their many visible differences, a group of women are bound together by more than breast cancer: They are linked through an ambitious portrait series meant to explore body image, illness and self-esteem called The Grace Project.
Felicia Young, founder of Earth Celebrations, is passionate about using the arts—dance, music, theater and an array of visual mediums—to help New York City residents address escalating climate change and demand government action in support of sustainable development.
Reparations for slavery are an essential component of making the U.S. more equitable, says Maureen Fadem, basing her arguments on Toni Morrison’s classic novel, Beloved.”
For female enlistees, the war on the domestic front—within their units—trumps that of the battlefield. A recent Veteran’s Administration survey revealed that 30 percent of female vets reported being assaulted by a male colleague and/or supervisor, and 20 percent reported being raped in the military multiple times.