WikiLeaks is a game changer. Whether you are an ardent supporter of the enigmatic organization, or are calling for the head of its leader, Julian Assange, or your feelings lie somewhere in between, you cannot deny that the organization's methods and activities have changed government interactions, media practices, corporate behavior, and instilled a sense of empowerment for the less powerful.
The exhibition, "Artists in Exile: Forgotten Iraqi Refugees in Syria," seeks to bridge cultural gaps between the United States and Arab and Middle Eastern countries.
Oliver Stone's 'South of the Border' is a rapid march through the new world of Latin American politics.
Shepard Fairey may have been a recurring artist over three exhibits on May 15, 2010, but the political threads that ran through each of the presentations were more exciting. "Revolutionary" was the theme du jour.
In response to genocide and ethnic cleansing, the UN has adopted a new doctrine called the Responsibility to Protect. Are we finally going to say "never again" or is it just "more of the same"?
Inaction in the face of genocide is itself a crime.
This portrayal of revolutionary passion helps us see Ernesto "Che" Guevara as more than a logo.