Chad Hilliard's photos build narratives for his African-American ancestors, filling in the blanks left by enslavement and migration.
Hyphen-Labs' Ashley Baccus-Clark co-created a VR project that puts users into the body of a black woman.
Black boys have to bury their emotions as they face off against racism and chase machismo.
Emerging artist Shikeith Cathey's first European solo exhibition challenges the way America sees black men and the way black men see themselves.
Here's our curated roundup of the art and the artists we spoke with at the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair at Art Week Miami 2016.
56 barbers gathered in Englewood to stop gun violence, one haircut at time.
The reboot of the seminal TV classic doesn't break new ground the way its predecessor did, but that doesn't mean it's not worthwhile.
We asked an expert what the black icon might have thought of Trump's plan to build a wall, ban Muslim immigration, and make America great again.
We talked to five black atheists about what it's like to be black in America and reject the the idea of a higher power.
Jazz artist Jaimeo Brown breaks down the power of work songs, which have an influence that extends from the plantation to the trap.
Revolutionary Mayor Chokwe Lumumba made Jackson a model of new African American politics and economics—a form of resistance more durable than protest.
At worst, hope can be a balm that only hides deep lacerations. It's used to soothe the shock of inequality, instead of actually addressing the legacy of oppression.