Arthur Secunda called us early this morning. He was anxious for us to meet with him at his studio, where he still goes three times a week. He said he had some things to tell me on camera. When Joseph Breton and I arrived, he was waiting for us outside his apartment building, resting on his walker. Arthur invited us for lunch in the resident home's dinning hall where he lives. After lunch he took us up to his studio, which is on the third floor of his apartment building - his apartment is on the fifth floor. Inside his studio, on the back wall, was a large canvas. Joseph whispered into my ear, "the Confederate flag." Indeed, lightly outlined on the canvas was the lines from the Confederate flag. Still dealing with class struggle and social injustice, the painting will be on the shooting of Reverend Clementa Pinckney in Southern Carolina. Arthur is contemporary as ever.