Keeping DACA Alive Through Art

Karla Duarte was on her lunch break at work when she heard that she was going to lose her right to live in the U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions had just announced that the Trump administration was rescinding DACA, abruptly ending many of the guarantees enshrined in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that had allowed undocumented youth brought to the U.S. illegally to apply for jobs and lead normal lives without the threat of being deported....

Blurred Borders: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean

Cobalt, turquoise and aqua-colored inflatable lifesavers of various sizes, strapped together with plastic ties, dominate the entrance of the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long Beach. Upon close inspection, the tubes are marked by JFK airport luggage tags with a smudged image of a seemingly armless Statue of Liberty next to the bar codes....