A new book argues that the memorialization of the movement becomes "a veil to obscure enduring racial inequality, a tool to chastise contemporary protest, and a shield to charges of indifference and inaction."
A new exhibition of political posters in Los Angeles puts a powerful spotlight on police abuses.
In an exclusive Q&A, the visual artist and director discusses free speech, democracy and contemporary politics.
The artist-turned-filmmaker has broken a number of barriers by focusing on the humanity of tens of millions of people forgotten by Europe and America.
Shereen El Feki's first book journeys through the customs, laws, attitudes and history informing sexual life in six Arab countries."Sex and the Citadel" has been nominated for the 2013 Guardian first book award, a prize given for "excellence, promise and originality," says Lisa Allardice, the Guardian Review's editor and chair of the judges.