Kendrick Lamar, SZA’s Mesmerizing ‘All The Stars’ Video Is A Cultural Masterpiece
Coordinated through Chance’s non-profit SocialWorks, the festival will help Chicago’s youth gain access to important and classic black films.
Because Of Them We Can kicked off this year’s Black History Month in the most adorable way: by producing a parody news segment narrated by children. Titled “Breaking News: Black Excellence Is At An All Time High,” the report is told by pint-sized versions of Angela Rye, Don Lemon, Bakari Sellers, April Ryan, and Symone Sanders.
The Soulquarians created some of the modern era’s greatest recordings and shaped the sound of hip hop and R&B. Watch Pitchfork bring their story to life in a new animated short.
In her debut book “Marley Dias Gets It Done: And So Can You!” Dias explores activism, social justice, representation, and more.
Recently, the talented singer-songwriter Jamila Woods and 4-piece band performed an enthralling set for NPR’s popular Tiny Desk series. Featuring two songs from her 2016 album HEAVN and the unreleased “Giovanni,” Woods’ lyrical prose and individual sound rings of black freedom, black ancestry, and empowerment.
The 2018 Sundance Film Festival concluded with the U.S. Grand Jury Prizes given to the documentary ‘Kailash’ and drama ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post.’
Monday night marked the NAACP’s 49th annual Image Awards ceremony, which honors people of color making a difference in multiple arenas, including entertainment, literature, social justice, and more.
2017 was a phenomenal and prolific year for writers of color, and we’re anticipating 2018 to be even more monumental for women of color in the ever-changing world of literature. Here, we present 10 forthcoming books, spanning across multiple genres and topics, to add to your reading list this year. Cheers, 2018!
Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson are the brilliant, bold, and unapologetic women behind the hit comedy podcast ‘2 Dope Queens.’ Now, the duo is getting a TV show that will be produced by HBO.