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The writings of Tom McCarthy are a case study in the application of theory to fiction.
The painter’s migration series was a first draft of history for one of black America’s defining moments.
Guy Carawan's music had a message and his songs became the unofficial anthems of the Civil Rights movement.
With its new building, the Whitney Museum is now the best place to see modern and contemporary art in New York City.
How J. Edgar Hoover’s paranoid view of literature led him to target African-American writers.
Money is sitting around in its sweatpants listlessly spooning peanut butter out of a jar.