Sharpen your pencils and get ready to teach yourself everything you want to know, minus the exorbitant tuition fees.
Photographer Noma Osula's latest work re-enacts portraits found in his Nigerian parents' photo albums. Writer Zoé Samudzi reflects on what the series says about the politics of African self-representation.
As a Black woman graduate student, burn out feels like a requirement for success.
The genre, in which a Black man has sex with a white man's wife, represents the ultimate threat to white manhood and racial purity. And it's loaded with racist undertones that have real-world implications.
It's almost as if characters like Lady Bird and Juno were created to prepare me for a life of subordination to the trials, yearnings, and humanities of white women.
'The Rachel Divide' paints a sympathetic picture of Dolezal without responsibly engaging with the realities of race in America. It's very clear that this film is not for Black women such as myself.