Bringing to Light: A Cancer Treatment Cover Up, Arab Art, Modern Feminism

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Mazen Kerbaj (b. 1975 Beirut, Lebanon; lives in Beirut, Lebanon), Beyrouth, juillet-août 2006 [Beirut, July-August 2006], 2006. Selection of forty works.

We’ll get the story of a science writer at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, who exposed a cover-up involving a potentially promising experimental cancer therapy. Garret Keizer tells us about his return to the same rural Vermont high school where he taught 14 years ago...and looks at the obstacles and challenges teachers face every day. Massimiliano Gioni, of the New Museum, talks about “Here and Elsewhere,” the first museum-wide exhibition in New York City featuring contemporary art from and about the Arab world. Plus, we’ll discuss the origins—and future—of the American women’s movement, from Suffragettes to “leaning in.”