“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an
inescapable network of mutuality,
tied in a single garment of destiny.
Whatever affects one directly,
affects all indirectly.”
― Martin Luther King Jr.,
Letter from the Birmingham Jail
Welcome to Warfare of Art & Law – the podcast that focuses on how justice does - or doesn’t - play out when art and law overlap.
Each episode focuses on the intriguing – and sometimes infuriating – war stories that arise in the worlds of art and law. Topics range from restitution of stolen art, artists working in the law, artists whose work addresses social justice issues, artists' moral and economic rights, and more.
Please call in to record your thoughts about the podcast, how you define justice, or a topic you'd like discussed! Your recording could be used in a future episode to spark conversation.
My hope with this podcast is to spotlight issues that may not otherwise receive deserved attention. Why? So that conversations are started on how art and its connection with the law can impact and shape our social fabric for the better.
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