Portraits of a MovementPrint
Plus: our new visual arts blog, and a tour of Trump’s conflict of interest
By Stephanie Bastek
January 27, 2017
Amanda Kolson Hurley gives us a tour of the Trump Hotel, microcosm of the President’s conflict of interest; our editorial assistant Noelani Kirschner introduces the Scholar’s newest blog; and a chorus of voices tells us why they went to Washington for the Women’s March.
Mentioned in this episode:
• Amanda Kolson Hurley on Trump’s influence over public space in Washington, D.C.
• Barry Goldstein’s portrait series of March attendees and of protesters
• The first post in our new blog, Portrait of the Artist
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Stephanie Bastek is the associate editor of the Scholar and the producer/host of the Smarty Pants podcast.