Corrections for the Week of March 23, 2016 

Cat Brooks' role in Black Lives Matter.

Our March 16 Culture Spy, "The Inevitable Intersection of Art and Politics," erroneously referred to Cat Brooks as a co-founder of Black Lives Matter. In fact, Brooks has been a member of the Black Lives Matter Bay Area chapter since its inception.

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