A Maya Angelou Morning – I AM
May28

A Maya Angelou Morning – I AM

A glimpse into Maya Angelou by The Art Quarterly and John Loengard.

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Yousuf Karsh – Perspective from a Life with Leaders
Jul29

Yousuf Karsh – Perspective from a Life with Leaders

A look at the perspective and life of Yousuf Karsh.

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Baseball Fans Celebrate Jackie Robinson NO. 42, April 15th
Apr15

Baseball Fans Celebrate Jackie Robinson NO. 42, April 15th

I was and am a baseball fan because of 42. Jackie Robinson Day is April 15. All major league players will wear NO 42 on this day. It signals the impact that Jackie Robinson had on baseball as a player and as the first Negro to play in major league baseball. His story is as relevant today as it was in 1947. His talent and his personality lifted baseball and the country on its march to equality. The movie “42” is now playing on the big...

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Standard of Living – and the photojournalists
Oct19

Standard of Living – and the photojournalists

When the government plays a role to raise the weak and underprivileged it’s typically due to a call to action.  In the past, the call came from a single frame – the photograph. During the mid-1930s, Margaret Bourke-White, like Dorothea Lange, and Arthur Rothstein , photographed drought victims of the Dust Bowl. Bourke-White turned her camera to the southern part of the United States as she and her husband, Ernest Caldwell...

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