The people have spoken. LGBTQ activists deride Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall for its whitewashing of history. Film critics simply hate it. But historian and LGBTQ scholar Andrea Friedman examines another question unintentionally proposed by the film: Who is the authentic gay subject?

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Art reflects the lived experiences of its creators, and the tumultuous year since the Ferguson protests has foregrounded an intensely local but also national conversation on racial injustice, regressive socio-economic policies and discriminatory laws. Two artists share their work and ideas on movement building.

Rebecca Ginsburg, co-founder of the Education Justice Project at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, is interviewed by Maggie Garb, a professor of history and instructor in WashU's Prison Education Program at Missouri Eastern Correctional Center in Pacific, Mo. Ginsburg's program serves incarcerated men at Danville Correctional Center in Danville, Ill.


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