Photo: Betye Saar at the Craft and Folk Art Museum in LA. (Photo by Gina Pollack)
Betye Saar on a life of confronting racism through art
From this Episode:
Russian meddling probe now includes Trump's banking activities
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has expanded his Russian meddling inquiry to include years of President Trump’s banking transactions, Bloomberg reports today. Trump’s...
California GOP congressman is in middle of his own Russia scandal
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of Huntington Beach, who has long held pro-Russian positions, is under scrutiny for his efforts to discredit a leading advocate of U.S. sanctions on...
How the feds could seize suspects' property even before they're accused of a crime
Jeff Sessions is restarting part of the federal program called civil asset forfeiture. When law enforcement finds reason to believe that some cash, a house, or other...
At 90, Betye Saar still makes political art about race in America
Betye Saar creates art out of objects she finds at flea markets and junk stores. In 1972 she made her name with a piece called “The Liberation of Aunt Jemima,” in which she...