Anuradha Bhagwati’s forceful memoir, “Unbecoming,” tackles sexual harassment, discrimination and the possibilities for redress for American servicewomen.
The National Endowment for the Humanities announced grants supporting 233 projects around the country, two weeks after the latest effort to close the agency.
The votive objects at Bard Graduate Center constitute an art form all their own — tokens that say “please” and “thank you.”
David Loeb Weiss’s 1968 documentary, “No Vietnamese Ever Called Me Nigger,” conveys the anger of black antiwar protesters.
Backers cite projects like expanding arts therapy for veterans to rebut calls for defunding the agencies.
Stephan Wolfert’s one-man show, “Cry Havoc!,” explores a surprising psychic space where Shakespeare and military experience intersect.
This documentary spotlights the lack of support for combat veterans struggling with mental health problems and the tragic consequences of that neglect.
The MusiCorps Wounded Warrior Band, created by veterans who were patients at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, is now touring.
Mr. Northrup, a published author, columnist, playwright, poet, performer and commentator, had crossover appeal beyond Indian country.