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Protester from BLM event.

Backing art for justice

Committee on the Arts funding helps support a dozen activist creators

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Dante map.

A divine cosmos

Library research fellowship helps a junior develop a new visual methodology

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Suffrage march Boston 1914.

The long march for suffrage

Radcliffe project marks 19th Amendment centennial while focusing on the women who would not be fully enfranchised for decades more

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Design Yard Sale logo.

Art for a cause

Graduate School of Design students auction works to advance social justice

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Illustration of families meeting.

Fighting bigotry with art

The Wave started as a pan-Asian literary and arts magazine, but its mission changed with the rise of racism and xenophobia after pandemic

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Jill Lepore.

Tracking down a murderer

The first season of Jill Lepore’s new podcast follows clues over a century, the evolution of proof and evidence, and asks: 'Who killed truth?'

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Artwork in the windows of Harvard buildings.

Leaving a mark on campus

Project displays work of 72 Harvard students, staff, faculty, and friends in windows of campus buildings

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