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Art Changes: From Where I Stand. This In Motion Magazine column is co-edited by poet, writer and educator Alice Lovelace.
Alice Lovelace. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Alice Lovelace.
In Art Changes: From Where I Stand you will find original works of all sorts of art as well as analysis, history and criticism. Art in this column will not be separate from the society in which it is created. We encourage your input: send email to publish@inmotionmagazine.com.

Featured Articles and Interviews
Lincoln, the Movie
by William Loren Katz
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 22, 2012
Six Poems
And An Essay About Them

by Stan Galloway
Bridgewater, Virginia
Published in In Motion Magazine October 20, 2012
Interview with Alice Lovelace:
Accept The Responsibility
Part 1:
Part of the Process / Organized Chaos
Part 2:
Education, Poetry, And The Nuance That Is Left Out
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine July 22, 2012
Witches, Bitches, and Niggers:
What Happens When Society Does Not Realize
the Innate Socio-Political Nature of Art?

C. Liegh McInnis
Jackson, Mississippi
Published in In Motion Magazine October 20, 2012
Interview with Johnny Nguyen
Taking Photos of Occupy:
Beautiful. Historic.

San Diego, California

Published in In Motion Magazine May 6, 2012
San Diego Celebrates May Day With A Broad Coalition Of Unions And Community Organizations
Series of 12 Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - May 9, 2012
Occupy: Beautiful. Historic.
Series of Photographs by Johnny Nguyen
(Series of 21)
San Diego, California and around the U.S.
Published in In Motion Magazine May 6, 2012
Struggling for Freedom of Expression / Condemning Indefinite Detention
Occupy San Diego/SoCal
Series of 16 Photos, February 4, 2012
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine February 12, 2012
West Coast Port Shutdown
Occupy San Diego

December 12, 2011
18 Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine December 15, 2011
Occupy Oakland / General Strike
Closing Down the Port of Oakland

November 2, 2011
6 Photos by Nora Cody
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine December 7, 2011
Dreams, Themes and Schemes
The Struggle Over The True Legacy Of Martin King
Part 1
| Part 2
by Boyd Lewis
Los Angeles, California
Published in In Motion Magazine September 1, 2011
(cross-referenced from Opinion section)
The Media Silence About Louisiana Dodging Anti-Immigrant Laws
And the Death of José Nelson Reyes-Zelaya
José Torres-Tama
New Orleans, Louisiana
Published in In Motion Magazine September 7, 2011
(cross-referenced from Opinion section)
Harriet Rising
Public Art in Atlanta
by Alice Lovelace and Lisa Tuttle

(Part 1- The Project)
Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia

Published in In Motion Magazine August 29, 2011
Women Watch Afrika Inc.
A Poem by Alice Lovelace

Harriet Rising: Public Art in Atlanta
(Part 2 - A Poem)
Published in In Motion Magazine August 29, 2011
Response to Michele Bachmann
by Ruby Sales
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine July 13, 2011
(cross-referenced from Opinion section)
Let It Be What It Wants To Be
A poem by Yamila Coby
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine March 18, 2011
Martyrs of the Revolution of the People
Colombia, South America
A poem by Ja A. Jahannes
Savannah, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine February 4, 2011
Mártires de la Revolución de Los Comuneros
Colombia, América del Sur
Un poema por Ja A. Jahannes
Traducción por Clara Agüero Ortiz
Savannah, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine February 4, 2011
Poems of Solidarity for Haiti
PDF of Collection of Poems
Available for Download

Atlanta, Georgia


Poems of Solidarity for Haiti
Free PDF download of 126-page collection

Published in In Motion Magazine January 22, 2011
Million Plus Remain Homeless and Displaced in Haiti:
One Year After Quake
by Bill Quigley and Jeena Shah
New Orleans, Louisiana and Port au Prince, Haiti
Published in In Motion Magazine January 22, 2011
With This Faith:
Requiem For Martin Luther King, Jr.

by Ja A. Jahannes
Savannah, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine January 14, 2011
C above C above High C:
A Complicated Smile for Louis/in memory

by José Torres-Tama
New Orleans, Louisiana
Published in In Motion Magazine December 19, 2010
Armed With Art
by Alice Lovelace
Decatur, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine October 11, 2010
Dreamtime Keeper
Interview with Native American Poet Ron Welburn
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes
Savannah, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine November 25, 2010
Manuel Zapata Olivella –
South America's Voice of African Consciousness
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes
Photo by Magdalena Agüero
Bogotá, Colombia
Published in In Motion Magazine October 11, 2010
"This is a Bronx-bound Number Four Train.
Mind the closing doors."

by Lanny Smith
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine October 17, 2010
Afghanistan and Pakistan
– Another View

by Ja A. Jahannes
Savannah, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine October 4, 2010
A Great Day at an American Night
by Joe Lambert
Ashland, Oregon
Published in In Motion Magazine October 9, 2010
An Interview with M. Ayodele Heath
by Collin Kelley
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine May 25, 2010
Sharecropper's Pantoum
by M. Ayodele Heath
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine May 19, 2010
Ayiti
by April 'AP' Smith
Decatur Georgia

Published in In Motion Magazine May 19, 2010
Wings Soaked in Molasses
by Darnell Fine
Published in In Motion Magazine May 24, 2010
Haiti, after Pat Robertson
by Karen Garrbrant

Published in In Motion Magazine May 24, 2010
Everybody Running, Saying Jesus
by Jenny D'Angelo
Santa Cruz, California
Published in In Motion Magazine May 25, 2010
Tomorrow's Toussaints
by Kalamu ya Salaam
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine May 25, 2010
Awa Odori Festival
by Bruce Takeo Akizuki
Tokushima, Japan
Published in In Motion Magazine February 23, 2010
Hope Springs Institute's
Women's Poetry and Performance Retreat

Introduction by Alice Lovelace
Peebles, Ohio
Published in In Motion Magazine October 26, 2009
Asian American Creative Music in the 1990s
by Bruce Takeo Akizuki
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine November 11, 2009
First Annual Hope Springs
Women’s Poetry and Performance Retreat 

A Weekend of Nourishment, Writing, and Connection
by Chauncey Beaty, Rita J. Andrews,
and Suzanne Stevens
Peebles, Ohio
Published in In Motion Magazine October 26, 20094
Poems by April S. 
First Annual Hope Springs
Women’s Poetry and Performance Retreat
Peebles, Ohio
Published in In Motion Magazine October 26, 2009
4 Poems by Leigh Ann DiDomenico
First Annual Hope Springs
Women’s Poetry and Performance Retreat
Peebles, Ohio
Published in In Motion Magazine October 26, 2009
4 Poems by Rhythm 
First Annual Hope Springs
Women’s Poetry and Performance Retreat
Peebles, Ohio
Published in In Motion Magazine October 26, 2009
Seizing the Reins
Part of Volume 2:
Does The Lightbulb Want To Be Changed?
Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine May 31, 2009
Media as a Weapon:
New Orleans’ 2-Cent
Jordan Flaherty
New Orleans, Louisiana
Published in In Motion Magazine June 12, 2009
praise the lowly ones
(poetry)
Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine February 14, 2009
Chicano Artists and Zapatistas Walk Together: Asking, Listening, Learning:
Part 2: Findings -- Centrifugal Motivation
Part 1: Network Learning
by Roberto Gonzaléz Flores
Los Angeles, California
Published in In Motion Magazine February 14, 2009
(cross-referenced from Autonomy section)
5 Poems
Shattered / Patriotic Poem / Civil War /
Jeopardy / Breath Wish

by Tamara Madison
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine May 25, 2008
Pots and Pans in the William Reed Corridor
(Learning the joy of working in the community)
by Federico Salas
San Jose, California
Published in In Motion Magazine May 25, 2008
Alice Lovelace Interviews
the ReadNex Poetry Squad
with poetry by Decora
I Write / Images of Santa Ana

Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine April 12, 2008
This Just In
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California

Published in In Motion Magazine July 21, 2008

Struggling With Class
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California
Published in In Motion Magazine April 20, 2008
One in A Hundred & Twenty in a Hundred
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California
Published in In Motion Magazine March 30, 2008
Two Poems
(movement poem)

Brukman
by Maria Poblet
San Francisco, California
Published in In Motion Magazine February 10, 2008
The Law of Unintended Consequences
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California
Published in In Motion Magazine March 4, 2008
Faces and Places
Part 1: Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi
Photography by Leon Sun
San Francisco, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 12, 2007
For the Love of Family #2
by Tonia J. Leon
with photography by Barry Weiser
Huntington, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 4, 2007
For the Love of Family
by Tonia J. Leon
(with photography by Barry Weiser)
Huntington, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine May 18, 2007
Speaking Out At The United States Social Forum / 20 Glimpses
Photography by Nic Paget-Clarke
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine September 26, 2007
Katrina and the United States Social Forum (USSF)
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine April 6, 2007
Power or Prison
by Judith Tannenbaum
San Francisco, California

Published in In Motion Magazine April 4, 2007
What the U.S. Social Forum Means to Me
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine November 22, 2006
Cultural Responses To Social Conditions
from "New Creative Community"
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California

Published in In Motion Magazine February 19, 2007
Varieties of Otherness
(of the niqab or Hasidic gear or baggy jeans)
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California

We Weep for the Generations Lost
An Inspirational Vitamin
by Shani K. Collins
Atlanta, Georgia
(cross-referenced from Opinion section)
Making The World Safe for Hollywood
U.S. votes against Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions
by Arlene Goldbard
Richmond, California

How GI Resistance Altered The Course Of History:
“Sir, No Sir,” A Timely Film,
Premiers Week of 4/3/2006
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California
(cross-referenced from Opinion section)
From Chaos To Clarity: The Price To Be Paid
Closing Keynote at the 21st Annual Meeting
National Performance Network
by Alice Lovelace
Miami, Florida
Re/Generating a National Movement:
Artists, Visionaries, What Might We Unleash?
by Andrea Assaf
Amherst, Massachusetts
Three Poems by Alice Lovelace
from "Remembering My Birth"
Recent and Collected Poems
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia
Walking Together:
Chican@ Artists and the Zapatistas
The Story of the Encuentro Chican@-Zapatista
by Roberto Flores
El Sereno, California
(cross-referenced from Autonomy: Chiapas-California section)
The Origin of Birth,
The Redemption of Its Children

by PhoenixYZ
Atlanta, Georgia
Getting Ready for School --
Teaching Artist's Checklist
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia

Jazz and the Politics of Identity:
The Musical Legacy of Jim Pepper
by Bill Siegel
Nashua, New Hampshire
Hurricane Katrina and the chaos of New Orleans
in her aftermath
by Jose Torres Tama
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

(cross-referenced from Opinions section)
First Writing Since
(Poem on Crisis of Terror)
by Suheir Hammad
New York, New York
Interview with Pedro Reyes Millan
From Guerrilla Commander to Taparo Sculptor: Art and production models which transfer knowledge
"Learning means dignity"
Barinas, Venezuela
(cross-referenced from Global Eyes section)
This One's For You
Poetry
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia
VOODOO//bu$h coup
In honor of the 200th Anniversary of Haiti’s Revolution
Poetry
by Ewuare Osayande
Camden, New Jersey
In Praise of Toni Cade Bambara
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia
Including audio and video Quicktime files
Theaters Against War (THAW)
After the New Orleans National Convergence
of Artists, Educators and Organizers
by Sophia Skiles
New York, New York
An interview with Thich Nhat Hanh
Community-Based Art and the Practice of Compassion and Mindfulness
Eloise de Leon
Escondido, California

(Cross-reference from Human Rights / Civil Rights section)
Interview with Octavia Butler
"... one of the few African American women writing in the male-dominated science fiction genre"
by Joshunda Sanders
Oakland, California
The Tulsa Riot of 1921
Part 1 - Africans in Western Territory
Part 2 - The 1921 Riot to today
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta. Georgia
Art Changes
Keynote speech at the conference
The Art of Juvenile Justice:
Innovative Practices for Transforming Youth
by Alice Lovelace
Louisville, Kentucky
Maverick Artist
Conversations with Theater Artist, Marty Pottenger
by Eloise de Leon
San Diego, California

Interview with artist Jose Ramirez
Contemporary Latino life in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California

Interview with Walter Chakela
Playwright, poet, and arts administrator at the Windybrow Centre for the Arts
Johannesburg, South Africa
Images of No War
"This is what democracy looks like"
by Nic Paget-Clarke
San Diego, California
An interview with Nobuko Miyamoto
Performing Arts, Obon, Yoga and Martial Arts
Pennington Gap, Virginia
Building Artistic Communities
Speech delivered to the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts Conference
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia

Story in Art and Mediation
Chapter 3
Stories of Tulsa
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia
Moments of Grace
by Aminata C. Baruti
Lexington, Kentucky

An interview with Suzanne Lacy
Art and Advocacy
near Elkhorn City, Kentucky
A client recovering from a 30-year battle with heroin -- (in English) (in Japanese)
Asami Hashirano
San Francisco, California
Inside the River of Poetry
by Louis Reyes Rivera
New York, New York
Todos los muertos
A post-9/11 poem
by Abel Salas
Los Angeles, California

An interview with performance artist Stephanie Juno
Whitesburg, Kentucky
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