Mother Jones Magazine
- New York City Is Underwater. There’s More Trouble in the Pipes.by Henry Carnell on September 29, 2023
New York City is underwater. As heavy rainfall hits the northeast, making the city’s roads impassable and halting train and subway service, social media videos show flooding through holes in subway walls and water rushing into buses and cars—as well as sewage pushing up into homes. Twenty-three million people in the area are on flood watch,
- Donald Trump, Stochastic Terroristby David Corn on September 29, 2023
Editor’s note: The below article first appeared in David Corn’s newsletter, Our Land. The newsletter comes out twice a week (most of the time) and provides behind-the-scenes stories and articles about politics, media, and culture. Subscribing costs just $5 a month—but you can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Our Land here. Plus, David Corn’s American Psychosis: A Historical Investigation of How the
- Members of the Congressional Black Caucus remember Senator Dianne Feinsteinby Ashlee Banks on September 29, 2023
“She was a trailblazer who set the bar high for all of the women who came behind her,” Rep. Hank The post Members of the Congressional Black Caucus remember Senator Dianne Feinstein appeared first on TheGrio.
- Will White House pause student loan repayments amid looming government shutdown?by Gerren Keith Gaynor on September 29, 2023
TheGrio asks Education Secretary Miguel Cardona if the Biden-Harris administration is considering pausing repayments yet again. As the country braces The post Will White House pause student loan repayments amid looming government shutdown? appeared first on TheGrio.
The Hill Latino Feed
- Hispanic, Black, Asian American and Progressive caucuses warn against GOP border policy in budgetby Rafael Bernal on September 29, 2023
A wide array of congressional Democrats are lashing out at the GOP's efforts to score border policy concessions in the ongoing budget fight, warning the proposal would worsen conditions at the U.S.-Mexico border. In a joint statement Thursday, the Black, Hispanic, Asian Pacific American and Progressive caucuses warned against the Republican push to make border...
- Senate Republicans demand major immigration reform in anti-shutdown bill by Alexander Bolton on September 28, 2023
Senate Republicans say they want to add language to the government funding stopgap that would stop the Biden administration’s policy of releasing migrants after they’ve been detained for crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, but the idea is already running into Democratic opposition. A group of Senate Republicans are rallying behind Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) demand that...
Forbes Diversity and Inclusion
- The Overlooked Link Between Belonging & Workplace Wellbeingby Teresa Hopke, Contributor on September 29, 2023
There is a strong, but unfortunately overlooked link between wellbeing in the workplace and a person's sense of belonging within the organization.
- With Its Accessibility Adapter, TD Bank Aims To Personalize Web Accessibility For Everyoneby Steven Aquino, Contributor on September 29, 2023
The Accessibility Adapter is designed to co-exist along other assistive technologies, not be a replacement.
- IRS consultant charged with leaking Trump's tax informationby Ken Dilanian and Zoë Richards on September 30, 2023
Charles Littlejohn of Washington, D.C., was working at the IRS as a contractor when he allegedly stole the former president's tax return information and leaked it to the press.
- Las Vegas police arrest person in connection with Tupac Shakur murder investigationby Andrew Blankstein and Chloe Melas and David K. Li and Dennis Romero and The Associated Press on September 30, 2023
A Nevada man, believed to be the last living suspect investigated in the 1996 slaying of Tupac Shakur, was arrested Friday in connection with the long-unsolved case, officials said.
- Trump plans to attend opening days of his New York fraud trial next weekby Tom Winter and Jonathan Dienst and Garrett Haake and Phil Helsel and Vaughn Hillyard on September 30, 2023
The $250 million civil lawsuit filed by the New York attorney general alleges that former President Donald Trump and his adult sons exaggerated business assets for years.
- Black Women Governor Newsom Could Appoint To Fill Diana Feinstein’s Senate Seat by Bilal G. Morris on September 29, 2023
The death of longtime Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein has left many wondering who will fill her very important senate seat. The post Black Women Governor Newsom Could Appoint To Fill Diana Feinstein’s Senate Seat appeared first on NewsOne.
- Black Couple Sues White Neighbor Who Sprayed Them With Water Hose, Showed Up With Dogby Zack Linly on September 29, 2023
A Black couple in Queens, New York, sued their white neighbor who sprayed water on their dinner party guests in a move straight out of the Jim Crow playbook. The post Black Couple Sues White Neighbor Who Sprayed Them With Water Hose, Showed Up With Dog appeared first on NewsOne.
- Pollen Analysis May Explain When and How the Flow of Homo Sapiens Into Eurasia Happenedon September 23, 2023
A new study compares Pleistocene vegetation communities around Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia, to the oldest archeological traces of Homo sapiens in the region
- Health and Disability Fact Sheetson September 18, 2023
Disabled World informative fact sheets in PDF format that relate to health and disability issues
- Farm Aid 2023: Jamming Out for Family Farms and Sustainable Agricultureby Joeff Davis on September 30, 2023
The Indiana concert, headlined by Willie Nelson and Neil Young, with a surprise appearance by Bob Dylan, offers real solutions to our harmful food system.
- The House Freedom Caucusby Mark Fiore on September 29, 2023
Thanks to chaos among House Republicans, we’re headed for a government shutdown.
- Nine Years After Ayotzinapa, There Is Still No Justice for the Familiesby Jeff Abbott on September 29, 2023
In 2014, forty-three students disappeared in Mexico. The full story of what happened to them remains unknown.
Climate Change & Stewardship
Climate Generation Blog
- An Educator’s Messy Journey into Climate Workby Lindsey Kirkland, Senior Climate Change Education Manager on September 29, 2023
Climate Generation was founded in 2006 after polar explorer Will Steger’s eyewitness account of climate change in the arctic. Will brought this story back to Minnesota after his experience observing the arctic ice shelf melting, and moved a community of educators, politicians, and climate change communicators to take action. Unlike this rather clean, uncluttered story The post An Educator’s Messy Journey into Climate Work appeared first on Climate Generation.
- ClimArtivismby Ramier Villarama on September 25, 2023
Made possible through my Talk Climate internship with Climate Generation, I created a zine titled “ClimArtivism in the Philippines,” which explores climate change in the Philippines through the stories of Filipino climate art activists. Through these pages, you’ll delve into the stories, visions, and artworks that highlight the urgent need for environmental consciousness in one The post ClimArtivism appeared first on Climate Generation.
The Daily Climate
- Mosquitoes are a growing public health threat, reversing years of progressby EHN Staff on September 29, 2023
Don't miss this compelling global health series by The New York Times: The fight against mosquitos has never been more urgent as climate change and the rapid […]
- Spanish-language misinformation on renewable energy spreads online, report showsby Autumnspanne1 on September 29, 2023
False narratives about renewable energy are malleable and adapted to different languages after extreme weather events in different countries, the researchers […]
Inside Climate News
- The United Auto Workers Strike Is the Latest GOP Culture War Talking Pointby By Kristoffer Tigue on September 29, 2023
The United Auto Workers union expanded its strike Friday, bringing the number of employees who walked off the job to demand higher wages and better benefits from Detroit’s Big Three carmakers to 25,000. Republicans vying for the White House next year are using the moment as an opportunity to rail against President Joe Biden’s climate
- First Floods, Now Fires: How Neglect and Fraud Hobbled an Alabama Townby By Lee Hedgepeth on September 29, 2023
PRICHARD, Ala.—Sometimes it’s the water that plagues them. Other times, it’s the fire. Da’Cino Dees has waded through the water in the Alabama Village neighborhood nearly all his life. Now 31, Dees said he often walked to school through the floodwater as a child. Rainwater, he said, has always stood in the streets. “When it
Yale Climate Connections
- Tropical Storms Philippe and Rina do the Fujiwhara tangoby Jeff Masters and Bob Henson on September 29, 2023
The two storms are exceptionally close to each other, resulting in a very difficult forecast situation. The post Tropical Storms Philippe and Rina do the Fujiwhara tango appeared first on Yale Climate Connections.
- Extreme heat can be a death sentence in Texas prisonsby Samantha Harrington on September 29, 2023
Advocates are calling for solutions, such as more air conditioning, worker protections, and prison abolition. The post Extreme heat can be a death sentence in Texas prisons appeared first on Yale Climate Connections.
Health & Health Care Equity
Alternative Medicine Magazine
- 5 Steps to a Breast Self-Exam: How to Do Your Own Breast Exam at Homeby Andrew Ellis on September 29, 2023
As many as 57% of female breast cancer survivors credit their early detection to self-awareness–either through self-examinations or by noticing changes in their bodies accidentally. So regularly checking your breasts for lumps is a proactive Read More The post 5 Steps to a Breast Self-Exam: How to Do Your Own Breast Exam at Home appeared first on Alternative Medicine Magazine.
- Green Tea, the Gut Microbiome, and Your Risk for Diseaseby Caralin Walsh on September 28, 2023
The gut has moved to center stage in the health world. Its connection to the brain and tie to serious diseases and inflammation make it noteworthy. Researchers are exploring the diverse world of the gut Read More The post Green Tea, the Gut Microbiome, and Your Risk for Disease appeared first on Alternative Medicine Magazine.
- Florida Man Pleads Guilty to Distributing Over $16M in Altered HIV Medsby Trent Straube on September 29, 2023
Armando Herrera sold adulterated and misbranded HIV drugs through companies in six states. He faces a maximum of five years in prison.
- NIH Designates People With Disabilities as a Population With Health Disparitiesby National Institutes of Health on September 28, 2023
Designation, new research program and update to NIH mission will help ensure inclusion of people with disabilities.
Pro Choice America
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KFF Health News
- Social Security Overpayments Draw Scrutiny and Outrage From Members of Congressby David Hilzenrath and Jodie Fleischer, Cox Media Group on September 29, 2023
Lawmakers are faulting the Social Security Administration for issuing billions of dollars of payments that beneficiaries weren’t entitled to receive — and then demanding the money back — in the wake of an investigation by KFF Health News and Cox Media Group.
- She Received Chemo in Two States. Why Did It Cost So Much More in Alaska?by Arielle Zionts on September 29, 2023
A breast cancer patient who received similar treatments in two states saw significant differences in cost, illuminating how care in remote areas can come with a stiffer price tag.
- Video: An asthma attackon September 28, 2023
Coughing, wheezing and trouble breathing — Here's what happens during an asthma attack.
- Robotic heart surgery – What you should know and what you should askon September 23, 2023
Time Magazine: Health
- 6 Ways to Tap Into Nostalgia—and Why You Shouldby Angela Haupt on September 29, 2023
How to tap into nostalgia to feel more connected to other people, find meaning in life, and build self-esteem.
- Her Friends Called Her the ‘Vagina Whisperer.’ Now Half a Million Followers Do Tooby Eliana Dockterman on September 29, 2023
Her friends called her that name. Now half a million Instagram followers do too.
Endangered Species Coalition
- Thank President Biden for vetoing congressional attacks on imperiled species and ask him to do moreby Endangered Species Coalition on September 29, 2023
Congress recently advanced a pair of disastrous measures that could push a bat and bird species past the tipping point to extinction. In an enormous win for these species and the Endangered Species Act, President Biden vetoed them this week!… Continue reading “Thank President Biden for vetoing congressional attacks on imperiled species and ask him to do more”… The post Thank President Biden for vetoing congressional attacks on imperiled species and ask him to do more appeared first on Endangered Species Coalition.
- Endangered Species Coalition Thanks President Biden for Vetoing Congressional Attack on Endangered Speciesby Endangered Species Coalition on September 27, 2023
Washington, DC – “The Endangered Species Coalition thanks President Biden for vetoing legislation that would have stripped important Endangered Species protections from the Northern long-eared bat and the Lesser prairie chicken,” said Susan Holmes, Executive Director of the Endangered Species… Continue reading “Endangered Species Coalition Thanks President Biden for Vetoing Congressional Attack on Endangered Species”… The post Endangered Species Coalition Thanks President Biden for Vetoing Congressional Attack on Endangered Species appeared first on Endangered Species Coalition.
The Conversation: Animal Welfare
- Puppy yoga? Goat meditation? An animal welfare scientist explores what these activities might mean for the cute creaturesby Mia Cobb, Research Fellow, Animal Welfare Science Centre, The University of Melbourne on July 25, 2023
Animal-assisted yoga classes have increased in popularity around the world – but their impact on animal welfare may be far from benign.
- How a surfing sea otter revealed the dark side of human natureby Patricia MacCormack, Professor of Continental Philosophy, Anglia Ruskin University on July 18, 2023
In California, surfers say an otter is hassling them and stealing their surfboards. But does she really deserve recapture and life in captivity?
- Consumers want NZ farmers to comply with regulations -- better monitoring and transparency would help to build trustby Pavel Castka, Professor in Operations Management and Sustainability, University of Canterbury on July 13, 2023
Consumers’ main concerns regarding farm monitoring are food safety, animal welfare and water quality. Many would like to see Māori values and land practices incorporated.
Nature World News
- US Weather Forecast: Unusual Warmer Outlook To Hit East Coast, Central US After Experiencing Relentless Rainon September 29, 2023
East Coast can expect relief from relentless rain from the weekend and until early next week. Meanwhile, above-normal temperatures are likely in the Central US. Read here.
- Microplastic Discovered in US Missouri Cave Despite Being Closed to Humans for 30 Yearson September 29, 2023
A cave system in Missouri was found with increasing microplastics despite being closed to people for about 30 years. The flooding likely brought the microplastic in the area, posing a threat to bats. Read here.
- US Weather Forecast: Weather System Threatens New York City, Northeast Region with Flooding Rainfall [NWS]on September 29, 2023
New York’s Brooklyn area is already experiencing flooding as of Friday morning. Click to read more.
The Guardian: Animals
- An injured galah taught me that what makes something beautiful is also what makes it fragile | Natasha Mayby Natasha May on September 30, 2023
Perhaps it’s naive not to imagine that all of life itself is about accepting the fragility of how easily things breakVote in the Australian bird of the year pollKeep up with all our bird of the year coverage hereGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastWe turned off the highway, headed down the road which leads to the pub and saw the pink little fellow hovering near his mate, who was dead by the side of the road.Having moved to the country a little over a month ago, I was still getting used to the frequency of spotting creatures on the shoulders of western New South Wales’s arteries.Sign up for Guardian Australia’s free morning and afternoon email newsletters for your daily news roundup Continue reading...
- See you later: emotional support alligator denied entry to Phillies gameby Edwin Rios in New York on September 29, 2023
Security turned away Joie Henney’s TikTok-famous, leashed reptile Wally from Philadelphia baseball game on WednesdayWally and his companion just wanted to see the Philadelphia Phillies play baseball against the Pittsburgh Pirates like everyone else.After all, he was an emotional support animal. He wore a harness with his name on it. He enjoyed hugs. He looked imposing at just over 5ft long, but he had never bitten anyone. He helped his handler, Joseph “Joie” Henney, with his years-long battle with depression. Continue reading...
Vegan, Vegetarian & Plant-based
- The Comprehensive Guide to Vegan Butterby Sarah McLaughlin on September 29, 2023
The secret ingredient to most sweet and savory dishes? Butter. Here’s what you need.
- How to Eat Vegan at Olive Garden: the Ultimate Guideby Tanya Flink on September 29, 2023
We’re taking a deep dive into the Olive Garden menu plus answering the most important question we’ve all been wondering: are the breadsticks vegan?
- Vegan Food News of the Week: Hershey's Oat Chocolate, Emma Chamberlain's Favorite Cookies, and Moreby Anna Starostinetskaya on September 29, 2023
From Hershey's first oat milk chocolate bars hitting stores in Canada to mocha latte cookies approved by Emma Chamberlain, we’re serving up the best in vegan food news of the week.
Sweet Potato Soul
- Pineapple Rose White Wine Sangriaby Jenne on May 25, 2023
This delicious and unique white wine sangria is made with fresh pineapple, strawberries, and homemade rose simple syrup. The result: a completely satisfying and bright sangria that tastes like summer. I am on a cocktail kick and loving it! Creating my own cocktail recipes has been so fun and refreshing. Every party, event, or long The post Pineapple Rose White Wine Sangria appeared first on Sweet Potato Soul by Jenné Claiborne.
- Rose Simple Syrupby Jenne on May 22, 2023
A delicious and easy-to-make Rose Simple Syrup you can enjoy in cocktails, coffees, sodas, and more! This recipe uses store-bought rose water so you can make it all year round. Scents and flavors are often deeply tied to memories and feelings. Cinnamon feels like a cozy fall day around the fireplace, hot beverage in hand. The post Rose Simple Syrup appeared first on Sweet Potato Soul by Jenné Claiborne.
- PLNT Burger Partners with Bona Furtuna to Feature Exclusive “Chik’n Parm” Sandwichby kandiceskdfhdskjh on September 29, 2023
PLNT Burger, the plant-based fast-casual eatery by Chef Spike Mendelsohn, has joined forces with premium Italian food producer Bona Furtuna to introduce a […]
- Industry Leaders to Gather at IPBFWG Event to Discuss the Role of Plant-Based Foods in a Sustainable Food Systemby Carlota Ellenberg on September 29, 2023
The International Plant Based Foods Working Group (IPBFWG) announces its upcoming event, “The Role of Plant Foods in Transitioning to a Sustainable Food […]
- Oatly: “Our Food System Still Clearly Favors Products of Animal Origin”by Emma Clarkson on September 29, 2023
Swedish oat specialist Oatly offers a wide portfolio of plant-based dairy alternatives, including alternatives to milk, ice cream, yogurt, cooking creams, […]
- How To Make A Vegan Cheese Platter With Homemade Cheeseby Happy Skin Kitchen on September 29, 2023
Thought your cheese platter days were over? Think again... The post How To Make A Vegan Cheese Platter With Homemade Cheese appeared first on Plant Based News.
- Vegan Chain Neat Burger Launches Chunk Foods Steak Sandwichby Polly Foreman on September 29, 2023
Lewis Hamilton’s chain Neat Burger has partnered with Chunk Foods The post Vegan Chain Neat Burger Launches Chunk Foods Steak Sandwich appeared first on […]
- Vegan Yogurt Market Set To Reach $12.2 Billion By 2033by Polly Foreman on September 29, 2023
Demand for dairy-free yogurt alternatives is skyrocketing The post Vegan Yogurt Market Set To Reach $12.2 Billion By 2033 appeared first on Plant Based News.
The Hechinger Report
- Opinion: Our economy is about to meet the childcare cliff — and it will be devastating by Lisa M. Hamilton on September 28, 2023
Millions of working parents will face a child care emergency after pandemic-era federal funding ends Sept. 30, just two days from now. Whether you are one of the affected parents or not, you will feel the impact on our nation’s workforce and economy. According to estimates, up to 70,000 daycare facilities could close, causing three The post Opinion: Our economy is about to meet the childcare cliff — and it will be devastating appeared first on The Hechinger Report.
- Teachers struggle to teach the Holocaust without running afoul of new ‘divisive concepts’ rulesby Linda K. Wertheimer on September 28, 2023
Her face solemn, Kati Preston held up a postcard-sized, black-and-white photograph, moving it slowly to face the 150 high school students spread across the lecture hall in New Hampshire. She wanted them all to see the image of her father, a handsome man in a dapper suit jacket, as she described searching for him with The post Teachers struggle to teach the Holocaust without running afoul of new ‘divisive concepts’ rules appeared first on The Hechinger Report.
- ‘We must talk about this real history’: Reactions to ‘divisive concepts’ banby Linda K. Wertheimer on September 28, 2023
A battle over New Hampshire’s “divisive concepts law” has been brewing in the state since 2021. The measure restricts instruction on topics that might leave students feeling inferior or superior based on race, gender, ethnicity, or another attribute, and also applies to training done by state agencies. This story also appeared in The Boston Globe The post ‘We must talk about this real history’: Reactions to ‘divisive concepts’ ban appeared first on The Hechinger Report.
- Applying to colleges is a giant puzzle seniors need to solveby Saffiya Sheikh on September 29, 2023
Navigating the ever-changing process is a source of stress for students in the final year of high school.
- Fresno Unified teachers very likely to strike. Here are the issuesby Lasherica Thornton on September 29, 2023
Both Fresno Unified and its teachers union say they want to collaborate with one another, but many issues are driving a wedge between the two.
Huff Post: Education
- Woman Lets Her Middle Finger Do The Talking As Republican Official Rantson September 29, 2023
Far-right Oklahoma state school superintendent Ryan Walters got a visit from a bird in the middle of a meeting.
- High School Football Team's Bizarre Antisemitic Conduct Leads To Coach Resigningon September 27, 2023
The squad's hate-filled game against a team from a predominantly Jewish area got the Anti-Defamation League's attention.
- California Has Banned Book Bans, Bucking GOP Censorship Trendon September 26, 2023
Book bans are on the rise nationally, with nearly half those prohibitions happening in Florida school districts.
- America Appears to be Heading for a Religious Civil Warby Nilay Saiya on September 27, 2023
Civil war is coming to America. At least that’s the view sizable numbers of Americans...
- Holocaust Humor and The ‘Real’ Germany — As Top Officials Shatter Post-WWII Taboos, German Conservatives Follow GOP Playbook and Charge Aheadby Annika Brockschmidt on September 15, 2023
Germany has often been lauded for its memory culture and its reckoning with its fascist,...
- On Sukkot, the Jewish ‘Festival of Booths,’ Each Sukkah is as Unique as the Person Who Builds Itby Allie Vroegop on September 26, 2023
Like many Jewish practices, the harvest festival of Sukkot largely takes place at home − meaning families can incorporate many meaningful traditions. The post On Sukkot, the Jewish ‘Festival of Booths,’ Each Sukkah is as Unique as the Person Who Builds It appeared first on Interfaith America.
- Using Collaborative Theater to Approach Interfaith Conversations in Memphisby Allie Vroegop on September 26, 2023
Since 2015, The In[HEIR]itance Project has worked with communities to build relationships through collaborative theater projects. The post Using Collaborative Theater to Approach Interfaith Conversations in Memphis appeared first on Interfaith America.
Spirituality & Practices
- International Day To Protect Education From Attack: Standing In Solidarity With Afghan Womenby AAI on September 9, 2023
Every child has the right to quality education in a safe and secure environment. Unfortunately, millions of children around the world are denied this fundamental right due to attacks on schools and educational facilities. To address this pressing issue and raise awareness, Atheist Alliance International joins the international community in observing the International Day to The post International Day To Protect Education From Attack: Standing In Solidarity With Afghan Women appeared first on Atheist Alliance International.
- International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief 2023by AAI on August 22, 2023
August 22, 2023 is the United Nations’ “International Day Commemorating Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief”. UN Resolution A/RES/73/296 “strongly condemns continuing violence and acts of terrorism targeting individuals, including persons belonging to religious minorities, on the basis of or in the name of religion or belief…” In line with this, The post International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief 2023 appeared first on Atheist Alliance International.
Arts, Entertainment & Culture
- US judge throws out Texas ban on drag acts, calls it unconstitutionalby Towleroad on September 29, 2023
Published by Reuters (Corrects paragraph 5 to show the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas represented the plaintiffs, not the national ACLU) By Jonathan Allen (Reuters) -A federal judge in Texas ruled on Tuesday that the state's new law limiting public drag performances was an unconstitutional restriction on speech and he permanently forbid enforcement of
- Uganda’s anti-gay law causing wave of rights abuses, activists sayby Towleroad on September 29, 2023
Published by Reuters KAMPALA (Reuters) – The consideration and passage by Uganda's government of one of the world's harshest anti-gay laws have unleashed a torrent of abuse against LGBTQ people, mostly committed by private individuals, rights groups said on Thursday. The Anti-Homosexuality Act (AHA), which was enacted in May, prescribes the death penalty for certain
- Man Arrested and Charged in Tupac Shakur Murder Case in Surprise Breakthroughby Jazz Monroe, Matthew Ismael Ruiz on September 29, 2023
Las Vegas police apprehended Duane Keith “Keefe D” Davis months after executing a search warrant on his wife’s home
- Aerosmith Postpone Farewell Tour Due to Steven Tyler’s Fractured Larynxby Matthew Strauss on September 29, 2023
The band played just three shows on the Peace Out Tour before pausing proceedings for Tyler to get treatment for vocal cord damage
- ARTnews Celebrates Launch of the 2023 Edition of the Top 200 Collectors Issueon September 29, 2023
The event was cohosted by Top 200 Collectors Komal Shah and Josef Vascovitz and Lisa Goodman.
- Slideshow: ARTnews Celebrates Launch of the 2023 Edition of the Top 200 Collectors Issueby The Editors of ARTnews on September 29, 2023
- Native Artist Shot in New Mexico at Rally Over Colonizer Statueby Elaine Velie on September 29, 2023
Activists in Española had peacefully gathered to protest a monument of Juan de Oñate when Jacob Johns was allegedly shot by a man wearing a Trump hat.
- Life-Threatening Floods Force NYC Museums to Closeby Maya Pontone on September 29, 2023
The Whitney, the Rubin, and many other organizations shuttered for the day and heavy rains flooded the Noguchi Museum basement.
- Turkey’s Top Court Upholds Life Sentence for Arts Philanthropist Osman Kavalaby Elaine Velie on September 29, 2023
The international community has decried his sentencing as a violation of human rights.