‘The Hate U Give’ Underscores the Dangers of Code Switching
People of color need to stop sanctioning the bullshit white folks do and say.
Why We Need to Focus on How Black Women Are Harmed by Police Violence
Two years after Sandra Bland's death, the specific impacts of police brutality on women of color remain understudied and underreported. With her forthcoming book, "Invisible No More," Andrea J. Ritchie is working to change that.
Japanese Artist Builds Full-Scale Replica of Home Hit by Hurricane Katrina
Artist Takashi Horisaki made a replica of a condemned Lower Ninth Ward house to highlight racial tension and economic disparity.
BWA for BLM Offers Space for Dialogue Between Black Female Artists in NY, LA, Houston, and London
The diverse collective Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter takes over all seven rooms of Houston's Project Row Houses with an internationally-reaching exhibition.
[Premiere] ‘I Can’t Breathe’ Music Video Sees Police Brutality Through Victims’ Eyes
Hip-hop and activist duo Soul Science Lab put viewers into the black experience in America.
Here's How Photography Will Change the World
The International Center of Photography investigates the visual culture behind #BlackLivesMatter, the refugee crisis, and the alt-right.
Ben & Jerry's Agreed That Black Lives Matter and People Lost Their Shit
Following the ice cream brand's endorsement of Black Lives Matter, some Americans are accusing the company of supporting “terrorists.”
Italian Restaurant Forced to Take Down Controversial 'Black Olives Matter' Sign
“When you make a black olive tapenade, the olives matter,” said Camuglia in an interview. “You can’t make it with canned olives.”
Meet the 18-Year-Old Student Behind Black Lives Matter London
We spoke to 18-year-old Marayam Ali about fighting institutional racism in the UK and what it's like getting thrust into the media spotlight.
Yasmin Jeffery; Photos: Ben Doyle
The Story Behind the Black Lives Matter Photo Seen Around the World
Jonathan Bachman's photo of protester Ieshia Evans being arrested in Baton Rouge has become instantly iconic.
NON Launches "BLACK Friday in July" Campaign to Promote Black-Owned Business
NON WORLDWIDE has created an initiative in support of #BLACKLIVESMATTER.
Should America's Cops Be Protected by Hate Crime Laws?
Supporters of new pro-cop laws say police are an "oppressed minority," but critics fear the already toxic relationship between law enforcement and people of color will just get worse.