Summer wouldn't be complete w/o a visit to The Studio
Museum in Harlem to catch up on a
little bit of arts and culture – African American style.
A new book, Reach, edited by Trabian Shorters and Ben Jealous addresses how the media portrays Black men and boys.
Liz Garbus’s documentary on the life and legacy of
Nina Simone remind us again that when it comes to civil rights in the
country past is prologue.
The season 1 finale of ABC's hit show, Black-ish, hilariously took us on a trip down Harlem Renaissance lane.
On May 4, filmmaker Gina Prince-Bythewood and dancer Carmen de Lavallade were among those honored at City College's arts benefit.
"Welcome to My Breakdown” offers an upclose and personal look at author Benilde Little's challenges in the face of life's tests.
After a decade, Ginger Adams Otis has finally completed 'Firefight: The Century-Long Battle to Integrate New York’s Bravest.'
The rapper and mogul has announced a concert in New York City on May 13th, in which he will perform his popular non-singles. The event is scheduled to stream live on the Tidal website.
Read more at the Urban Daily.