Something that stuck out to me at the Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI) was its education on art as a tool to impose new ideas, cultures, and beliefs. I mean, I know art has been used for propaganda. We’ve all seen the posters from WWI and WWII. But, I didn’t KNOW. In that, using paintings could be used for the same purpose. We were brought in school to believe art always had provocative, but…
I invite you to check out an article at law.com entitled “Davis Polk: Racist? Or just A Cold Law Firm?”, in which Vivia Chen reminds readers that it can be pointless to institute equity measures at a law firm if the fabric of the firm itself – specifically, its attitudes toward women, visible minorities, and other marginalized groups – is not also changed. Chen says she found it “unnerving” to read the complaint by Kaloma Cardwell…