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A voice lost in the Holocaust lives on through ASU alumna

(01/25/19 1:14am)

In the final years of World War II, trapped amid the starvation and squalor of Poland’s Lodz ghetto, 13-year-old Abraham “Abramek” Koplowicz hunched over his school notebook, scribbling down poems that documented the reality of life as a Jew under German occupation.

ASU ArtSpace West explores U.S. commodification of indigenous spaces

(04/08/18 9:33pm)

Jacob Meders’ “And It’s Built on the Sacred” exhibit, hosted in the ArtSpace West gallery at ASU’s School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies at the New College, hopes to engage viewers in a dialogue about the commodification and gentrification of indigenous land and culture by the U.S.