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In this week's Art Works podcast, Josephine Reed sits down with filmmaker Nancy Buirski to discuss the making of "The Loving Story," Buirski's award-winning documentary about the landmark civil rights case Loving v. Virginia, and its resonance today. About "The Loving Story" -- Mildred and Richard Loving weren’t radical; they weren’t even particularly political. They were in love; they got married. But in the state of Virginia in 1957, that was enough to land them in jail. Mildred was part African-American and part Cherokee; Richard was white; and, Virginia had a law against miscegenation. Mildred and Richard were “banished” from their home state. The Lovings believed they had a right be married and a right to live in their hometown. In 1967, in a landmark case, the United States Supreme Court agreed with them, and the Lovings finally were able to come home.

We've just announced 59 projects that have been recommended to receive FY13 Our Town grant support. Read more in our News Room: (Image: Oklahoma City SkyDance Bridgewas inspired by Oklahoma’s state bird, the scissor-tailed flycatcher and is illuminated nightly with LED lights to welcome visitors to downtown. An NEA Our Town grant will support a public art master plan in Oklahoma City to successfully implement and leverage the city's One Percent for Art Ordinance. Photo courtesy of OKC Conventioner)

Today on the Blue Star Museums blog, Ford Bell shares how and why his passion for museums has endured since he was a kid. (Image courtesy of American Alliance of Museums)

We've just announced 16 Literature Translation Fellowships to support the translation of works into English from 13 languages and 15 countries. Visit our News Room for details. (Image: Angela Rodel will translate the novel "The Physics of Sorrow" by Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospondinov into English. Bulgarian is one of the first-time languages on the list along with Haitian Creole and Macedonian.)

Today on Art Works, Terry Tempest Williams talks about finding one's voice:

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