Black Women Making History
An interview with Detroit tattoo artist Lorri "Lady L" Thomas, the founder of the Ladies of Ink Tour.
Surya Bonaly is one the few Black women to skate in the Olympics, who responded to unfair criticism of her technique by performing a daring, immensely difficult, and banned move.
Mona Marie's Poletic Justice studio in the Bronx is a hub for activism and self-love.
And gave her the strength to embrace her inner weirdo.
The 25-year-old 'Atlanta' writer/producer Stefani Robinson gives her advice on how to break into the business.
Zyahna Bryant wrote the petition that sparked the movement against the Robert E. Lee Statue in Charlottesville. A year later, violent racists held the tragic Unite the Right rally.
The crew is making waves with their social media presence and a new narrative feature film.
Hyphen-Labs' Ashley Baccus-Clark co-created a VR project that puts users into the body of a black woman.
Artist Ilana Harris-Babou investigates the impulse to turn old objects into new homegoods in her current exhibition at Larrie, NYC.
The creator of the 'BLKGRLSWURLD' zine talks about being a woman of color in a music scene typically associated with white men.