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We end our show today by with a look at art and activism. Marc Speaks with Dr. Lilian Nabulime, Ugandan sculptor-in-residence at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). Dr. Nabulime’s sculptural woodcarving wrestles with the reality of HIV/AIDS. In addition to teaching a course at MICA called “Woodcarving as a Social Practice,” she is working with carpentry students at Living Classrooms and will soon begin working with students at Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts in Harlem Park. Also joining us in-studio is Nicole Fall, Executive Director of Mind-Art-Power Projects, the organization that brought Dr. Nabulime to Baltimore for her artist residency at MICA.