BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) — A totem pole carved at the Lummi Nation from a 400-year-old red cedar will begin a cross-country journey next month, evoking an urgent call to protect sacred lands and waters of Indigenous people.
Instagram, the social media platform for sharing photos and short videos, recently censored a series of photos posted on the Boston Museum of Fine Arts Instagram account, by photographer Imogen Cunningham to promote an art exhibit at the museum.
In episode 2 of our INSIGHT collaboration with Alaska Public Media, we sat down with two nonprofit leaders working to preserve and grow the richness of culture and diversity within the state of Alaska, including Jason Hodges, Executive Director of the Anchorage Concert Association, the largest peforming arts presenter in Alaska, and Liz Medicine Crow, President & CEO of the unique First Alaskans Institute
Facebook has developed software to prevent certain content from appearing in users’ feeds, and the software could end up in the hands of Chinese government officials, as Facebook seeks to re-enter its market after the social network was banned in 2009.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Mexican-American photographer Maria Varela was present at some of the most dramatic moments of the Civil Rights Movement, capturing images of voting rights demonstrations in Alabama and efforts to create Head Start programs in poor, rural areas.