History of CultureID:

CultureID was founded in 2008 by Deb King and Marcia G. Yerman. King, a member of the Detroit arts scene, was publisher and editor of mark(s) journal of the arts and literature and a founding member of Past Tents Press. Yerman, a writer, artist and curator, focused on women’s issues, human rights, the arts and culture.

As a 501(C)(3) platform and community, CultureID went online in 2009, and was a meeting place for those creating cultural material with progressive social and political content. It attracted a diverse audience of readers who were interested in cultural, political, and activist content.

It created connections between the arts and activism, and showcased creatives as changemakers.

This website will remain active as an archive of the articles that were contributed to the platform. Please feel free to email info@cultureid.org with any questions you have about the project.

CultureID

Search in Site

 Greensboro  • Eve Ensler  • Bachi Bazi  • performance art  • politcal theater  • Chevron  • David France  • David and Charles Koch  • Emily Tay  • Jim Crow  • Ingoma Nshya  • docudrama  • Eastern Europe  • Theater  • non-violence  • 12th & Delaware  • Forced Labor  • Sandi DuBowski  • The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art  • The Scottsboro Boys Museum  • Savage Beauty  • Drones  • Cornel West  • Colombia  • Earth Day  • Earthquake  • Refugees  • Muslim Americans  • Amnesty International  • HIV  • Martin Puryear  • Bosnia & Herzegovina  • Nelson Mandela  • memory  • Patriarchy  • Environmental Activism  • Moms Mabley  • Women Artists  • V-Day  • Burma  • Mexico  • Susan Grabel  • intersection of film and activism  • Tiananmen Square  • Tan Zuoren  • !Women Art Revolution-A Secret History  • Nipsey Russell  • Guatemala  • Blood And Gifts  • Susan Silas  • Siddharth Kara  • The Pentagon Papers  • Liu Xiaobo  • North Carolina  • World War II  • Elizabeth Catlett  • Philippines  • Little Heaven  • sexual slavery of minor boys  • Carrie Mae Weems  • Art Connects NY  • Judy Chicago  • Mimi Chakarova  • Nicole Franklin  • Darfur  • David Thompson  • Steve Kurtz  • Chinese Communist Party  • Sing Your Song  • civil disobediance  • Quincy Newell  • Installation  • JCC in Manhattan  • music  • Amos ‘n Andy  • 2008 Earthquake in China  • Elizabeth Murray  • Migrants' Rights  • Runak Rauf  • Palestine  • Invisible No More Coalition  • civil rights  • The Journey  • Environmental Contamination  • How To Survive a Plague  • Smithsonian National Museum  • Lynn Hershman Leeson  • Melanie Manos  • Rachel Lloyd  • The Scottsboro Boys  • Alex Gansa  • Elizabeth Avedon  • Night Scales  • Susan Yankowitz  • Vietnam  • Renee Cox  • gender  • WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution  • 9/11  • Judy Boyle  • Immigrants  • Safe Harbor for Exploited Youth Act  • Harry Yu  • Veterans  • Alexander McQueen  • Rwanda  • Martha Wilson  • Vietnam War  • The Whistleblower  • “Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy”  • Hillary Clinton  • Terrorism  • Larysa Kondracki  • Public Art  • Ghost Wars  • China's Gulag  • War in Afghanistan  • Gendercide  • Reproductive Rights  • Mill Valley Film Group  • American Negro Theatre  • Sofia Gatica  • Human Rights Watch Film Festival  • Communist Party  • poetry  • Bill Harris  • Marlon Wayans  • India  • Gaza Strip  • Other Israel Film Festival  • Drawings  • Harry Belafonte  • Dan Cogan  • Gaylord Nelson  • Laogai  • Male Net Culture  • Liberia  • Argentina  • Muhammad Yunus  • Emma Thompson  • Jewish identity  • Helen Garrett  • BITHAR  • Israeli Arabs  • Afghan documentary filmmakers  • Beth Gage  • AIS  • Honor Killing  • Gilles Peress  • Snatchel Project  • Mitsu Hadeishi  • Resurrections" ECO-logy & ECO-nomy  • Brave New Films  • Helen Benedict  • National Security  • Holocaust  • Jamie Doran  • Occupy Wall Street  • Freedom Riders  • Mali  • Political Cartoons  • Fourth World Congress on Women  • Kara Walker  • Kabul  • War  • Highland Rape Series  • Kirby Dick  • Najibullah Quaraishi  • Faith Ringgold  • Heidi Ewing  • Bosnia  • Domestic Homicide  • China  • Martin Luther King Jr.  • The Snakehead  • Bidder 70  • Gary Winogrand  • Visions/Revisions  • Abbie Hoffman  • Jim Whitaker  • The NO Project  • Gil Scott-Heron  • TransAfrica  • Wangari Maathai  • Hattie McDaniel  • Irene Khan  • Ukraine  • Nancy Spero  • Social Justice  • Mary Robinson  • Modern Day Slavery  • Grace Graupe-Pillard  • Mandy Patinkin  • Emma Wilcox  • New Media  • Goldman Environmental Prize  • Pete Seeger  • Gulf War  • Tsunami  • Leon Panetta  • Mierle Laderman Ukeles  • Stage Design