Reflective of MICA's commitment to engaging in issues of diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice, and the college's historic and ongoing connection to the city of Baltimore, several of MICA's faculty have engaged with the issues represented by Baltimore's Confederate monuments.
- Hoi, Samuel. "Confronting the Sites of Confederate Monuments" public commentary on WYPR.org (http://wypr.org/post/confronting-sites-confederate-monuments)
- Houston, Kerr. "Past Imperfect: Baltimore's Confederate Civil War Monuments in the Present Tense" originally published in Bmore Art (https://www.academia.edu/30801648/Past_Imperfect_Baltimores_Confederate_Civil_War_Monuments_in_the_Present_Tense)
- Bourland, Ian. "Site Lines" in Frieze.com (https://frieze.com/article/site-lines)
- Larson, Nate and Christine Manganaro. "Confederate Legacies" on natelarson.com (http://www.natelarson.com/md-confederate-legacies#0)
- Basile, Joseph. "Purpose...So Great" on Academia.edu (https://www.academia.edu/34235812/PURPOSE_..._SO_GREAT)
- Basile, Joseph. "The Weight of Memory" on Academia.edu (https://www.academia.edu/34493367/THE_WEIGHT_OF_MEMORY)