Kim Brunhuber is a CBC News Senior Reporter based in Los Angeles.
"You'd have groups of really ruthless, repressive cops coming into communities and shooting the place up, trying to retrieve drugs and guns," he says.
examines evolving perspectives of Black identity in American culture and history from 1912 to 2016 through rare historical printed media shown in dialogue with contemporary works of art.
The exhibition highlights works by artists, graphic designers, writers, and publishers in formats ranging from little known comic books to covers for historic books and magazines, to etchings, digital prints, drawings, and media-based works by some of todays leading artists.
CAM is used in many schools alongside computer-aided design (CAD) to create objects.
Traditionally, CAM has been considered as a numerical control (NC) programming tool, where in two-dimensional (2-D) or three-dimensional (3-D) models of components generated in CADAs with other “Computer-Aided” technologies, CAM does not eliminate the need for skilled professionals such as manufacturing engineers, NC programmers, or machinists.