Jennifer Jajeh, who stars in the one-woman autobiographical play, grapples with the age-old conundrum of "who am I?" through her art.
Saul Landau's new film abot the Cuban Five holds the position that our government has been jailing the wrong "terrorists."
Joe Hill was a talented singer and songwriter. He's remembered as a renowned troubadour of labor, and toured the country helping to organize workers.
Less than half of Americans between the ages of 18 and 24 ever read for pleasure.
Forks Over Knives is a long argument for eating more plant-based food.
Four words I never thought I'd see in the same film: Sean Penn and dinosaurs.
The struggle for socialism is international and constantly evolving. Socialist music is the same. "Bravely Comrades, In Step" is a good example.
We know what corruption and film noir look like, though, and "Carancho" is a fine example.
Conservative media pundits and Republican extremists deliberately used Common's invitation by the White House to condemn the Obama administration.
Musically, "Brothers of Bella" is masterful, with rambunctious piano playing backed by accordion, bass, guitar, and drums. Yet the band doesn't stretch beyond the realm of classic music styles.