Keller Freeman discusses the importance of the Arts, especially during times such as these.
Keller Cushing Freeman is a widely published poet whose work has appeared in such journals as Carolina Quarterly, Kenyon Review, and Radcliffe Quarterly. She is also the co-author of Shadow of Suribachi: Raising the Flags on Iwo Jima. She has taught history and philosophy at Furman University, Clemson University (in Greenville), Greenville Technical College, and Greenville Museum Art School. A resident of Greenville, South Carolina, for more than forty years, she helped to establish and to sustain the Emrys Foundation.