“People who are nothing” – A French lesson.

On June 29, 2017, the newly-elected French President, Emmanuel Macron, inaugurated a 34,000 square-meter facility named Station F, a former railway depot, on the banks of the Seine river in the XIIIe district in Paris designed to become the biggest tech start-up incubator. During his speech, Macron who compared his rise to victory to that Read more about “People who are nothing” – A French lesson.[…]

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CAAR Statement on Global Political Climate.

This year has been wrought with conflicts, protests, civil unrest, and a growing global climate of xenophobia and nativism. Last summer, the United Kingdom signaled its exit from the European Union citing economic issues and a growing immigration crisis as grounds for its departure. While British hatred was directed at all groups of immigrants, such Read more about CAAR Statement on Global Political Climate.[…]

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September 2014

“No Writer’s House for James Baldwin” This editorial has been inspired by some thoughts and writing I have been chasing following my return visit, last June, to James Baldwin’s house, Chez Baldwin, in St. Paul-de-Vence in the south of France. Baldwin wrote about his last abode in a short piece published in the Architectural Digest Read more about September 2014[…]