Twenty years after the Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted, the effects can be seen across the country in curb cuts, lifts on buses and so on. Judy Woodruff speaks with Andrew Imparato of the American Association of People with Disabilities and Amelia Wallrich, a student who says she continues to face discrimination. Continue reading
Hard to believe, but it’s been a year since we launched this blog. After our first weeks, I wrote a thank you to our “first responders” — the people who’d written in to say how much they appreciated and supported our goal of providing a place online for the arts and culture.
During the last two decades of his life, Marcel Duchamp appeared to have given up art for chess, publically claiming he had gone underground. But hidden in his New York apartment was the final, enigmatic piece he had been working on for 20 years: an erotic, sculptural tableau he titled Etant donnes.
Now re-released by the Criterion Collection, the new DVD version of “For All Mankind” is far superior to the original grainy images most watched for the first time on their TVs.
Iranians returned to the streets of Tehran Thursday to protest a disputed presidential vote. Analysts assess the latest developments. Continue reading
Marking the 10 year anniversary of a violent crackdown against student demonstrators, Iranians returned to the streets of Tehran Thursday to protest a disputed presidential vote. Kwame Holman reports. Continue reading