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Im happy. Its less slick and more substantial. Los Angeles Times Challenging the whiteness of architecture Students block the entrance to Avery Hall, home to Columbia’s department of architecture and plannin Columbia University Archives Students block the entrance to Avery Hall, home to Columbia’s department of architecture and planning, in the spring of 1968 an action that spurred recruitment of minority candidates. Students block the entrance to Avery Hall, home to Columbia’s department of architecture and planning, in the spring of 1968 an action that spurred recruitment of minority candidates. (Columbia University Archives) Hawthorne also writes about Sharon Egretta Suttons new book, When Ivory Towers Were Black, which looks at a short moment in the late 1960s and early 70s when Columbia University made a concerted effort to recruit students of color to study architecture and urban planning and succeeded. Los Angeles Times Protests at MOCAs Carl Andre show Protesters handed out postcards to honor the memory of the late Ana Mendieta at the opening of the C Joy Silverman Protesters handed out postcards to honor the memory of the late Ana Mendieta at the opening of the Carl Andre retrospective at MOCA. Protesters handed out postcards to honor the memory of the late Ana Mendieta at the opening of the Carl Andre retrospective at MOCA. (Joy Silverman) More than three decades after artist Ana Mendieta fell to her death from a New York City high-rise, her untimely death continues to serve as a flash point. Arts workers staged an action at L.A.s Museum of Contemporary Art in her memory at the opening of an exhibition by Carl Andre. The minimalist sculptor, Mendietas husband when she died, was acquitted of second-degree murder charges in her death.
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