We broke down the three most common types of contracts an artist might sign today, offering a window into how the “bad deal” isn’t an anomaly—it’s by design.
The kind of egregious exploitation Richard faced in the 1950s might seem unthinkable today. But for many Black artists, not much has changed.
Abortion opponents, including ones in the White House, are co-opting the slogan of the Black Lives Matter movement for their own purposes.
Michael Oliver is the second Black man found to be wrongfully arrested by Detroit police because of the technology—and his lawyers suspect there are many more.
No matter how slight a band name's connotation to slavery in America may be, now is the time to change it.
Defunding the police isn’t a distraction from organizing mass numbers of people to fight the climate emergency. It’s part of the same theory of change and political vision.
We spoke to heads of independent, Black-owned labels about how the big three need to rethink their business models to actually address racial injustice.
Minnesota AG Keith Ellison announced the upgraded charge of second-degree murder for ex-officer Derek Chauvin.
The complete timeline of the fatal arrest detailed in the complaint released Friday afternoon provides critical new facts.
“They're looking for ways to live out their values. And returning to the land is one dramatic way that they can do that.”
We talked to niv Acosta and Fannie Sosa about their new show, "Black Power Naps."
In the US, drug policy is seen as a racial justice issue. We should view it through the same lens.