“50 years later, St. Louis’s Gateway Arch emerges with a new name and a skeptical view of western expansion”: The Washington Post’s Philip Kennicott on the Museum at the Gateway Arch
"A Burial Ground and Its Dead Are Given Life"
2010 New York Times review of African Burial Ground in NYC.
"From Slave Ship Shackles to the Mountaintop"
New York Times' Ed Rothstein on the renovated National Civil Rights Museum
New York Times, 36 Hours in Charleston, SC - mention of Old Slave Mart Museum.
“Seeing Old Things Newly”
Museum professional Scott Callan's thoughts on the Old Slave Mart Museum
“Carver [ON] Record, A Mini-Museum for Civil Rights”
Chester, Virginia high school combines art and civil rights
"Toward a STEM + Arts Curriculum: Creating the Teacher Team"
STEAM article, now grad curriculum at RISD, written with Juliette Harris for Art Education
Poetry at the CORE — CORE Wine Tasting Room (Santa Maria, California)
(re) Surveying the Source: Entanglements of Water, History, and Form— (Centennial Valley, Montana)
William Carroll Writers Festival, Norfolk State University, (Norfolk, Virginia)