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Art and pop culture aficionados may want to check out Art Matters, a podcast that "explores the interesting ways art meets popular culture and non-traditional art topics." This biweekly podcast is hosted by art historian Ferren Gipson and has two seasons available at the time of this writing. Frequently engaging with important contemporary themes such as inclusivity, Art Matters regularly features...

View Resource Cliqz

Cliqz is a privacy-oriented fork of Mozilla Firefox. It includes its own unique anti-tracking system, an integrated ad-blocker, anti-phishing measures, and an embedded search engine. In "Tracking the Trackers", a paper published in the Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on the World Wide Web, Cliqz engineers compared their anti-tracking system with Disconnect and Ad-Block Plus,...

View Resource Celebrating Simms

Celebrating Simms is an online companion to the permanent exhibition dedicated to the life and work of educator Lucy Simms and to the Lucy F. Simms School, which was named in her honor. Built shortly after Simm's death in 1934, the Lucy F. Simms School "served African-American students from all over Rockingham County [Virginia] and beyond between 1938 and 1965." This online exhibit emerged from a...

View Resource 2018 Emissions Gap Report

In late November 2018, the United Nations released their latest Emissions Gap Report, an annual "assessment of current national mitigation efforts and the ambitions countries have presented in their Nationally Determined Contributions, which form the foundation of the Paris Agreement" on climate change. The "emissions gap" refers to the gap between the planet's likely emissions levels by 2030...

View Resource Americans

Americans is a stunning digital exhibition created by the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian to accompany the museum's physical exhibition by the same name, which is currently on view in Washington, D.C. until 2022. Both the digital and physical exhibitions showcase how "American Indian images, names, and stories infuse American history and contemporary life."...