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Brad Paisley’s Courageous Attempt to Bridge the Racial Gap

A country music star takes a brave stand, but is this simply a bridge too far? Read More »

Book Review: The Help by Kathryn Stockett

An interesting and historical look at Jackson, Mississippi and family interactions in the turbulent '60s. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): To Kill A Mockingbird

The film adaptation of Harper Lee's classic novel is brought lovingly to the stage in this Actors Co-Op production. Read More »

Do Art Museums Need Curators of “Latino Art”?

Is there such a thing as "Latino Art"? Should artists be collected because of made-up ethnic labels? Read More »

DVD Review: Prom Night in Mississippi

This eye-opening documentary explores the segregated proms at Charleston High. Read More »

Book Review: The Time of Eddie Noel by Allie Povall

A racial incident in 1953 fuels Jim Crow stupidity in Mississippi and sparks unreasonable racial hatred. Read More »