Ariana Grande's Wax Figure Is Her, Minus Pretending to Be Black
Ariana Grande is white, and Madame Tussauds London's waxwork is a good reminder.
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How black "Game of Thrones" fans made #DemThrones more than a hashtag
It's a "shared experience of blackness," enjoying these characters in a mostly white fictional world
A Real Hot Mess: How Grits Got Weaponized Against Cheating Men
Understanding the Black women who seized a common pantry item—and, with it, power.
Cynthia R. Greenlee
Fortnite's Appropriation Issue Isn't About Copyright Law, It's About Ethics
Epic Games must credit the black artists whose work it has appropriated.
How the Internet Became a Playground for Exploiting Black Creators
Fortnite, owned by Epic Games, is currently in litigation with Black creators over the use of their dance moves. But the video game company is not the first to mine Black digital ingenuity for profit.
The Professor Who Made Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' a College Course
After empowering Southern students of color with her "Lemonade" course, Texas professor Omise’eke Tinsley retraces her own roots in a new book.
'N*****fishing' Is the New Form of Blackface
The word describes white women who change their appearance to look black or racially ambiguous. We spoke to someone accused of this, and to the women calling her out.
Brilliant Photos of Black Joy at the 2018 Afropunk Festival
In its 13th year, Afropunk BK is more than a music festival. It's a Black revival of self-expression.
60 Photos Capture 6 Decades of Communities of Color
Two photographers tell the stories of Afrocentric communities from the 1960s to today.
These Images of the Black Experience Offer a Corrective to the Lily-White Photo World
The new issue of 'Aperture' highlights the joys, struggles, and beautiful complexities of life as a black person in America.
An Artist Discovers His Black Heritage Through Photography
German-born photographer Zun Lee documents the special non-special moments of black family life.
Celebrating Passover with Israel's Black Hebrews
Zionist but not Jewish, Israel's "Black Hebrews" immigrated to Israel from the United States with a pitstop in Liberia. To these believers, it was an act of homecoming.