women of color
5 Must-Watch Sundance Films Directed by Women of Color
Mindy Kaling as a plant worker. Awkwafina grappling with loss. Alfre Woodard as tormented prison warden. These five films had everyone talking at Sundance.
The Woman Working to Ensure No Community Is Left Without Literature
Lisa Lucas is the first black woman to be named executive director of the National Book Foundation—and in her second year in the position, her vision is more ambitious than ever.
The Artist Putting Up Posters of Icons to Make Women of Color Visible
With her Unapologetically Brown series, artist Johanna Toruño wants to tell other women of color, "I see you. This space is yours."
Double Dutch Is Back and It Is Breathtaking
For the first time in more than three decades, double dutch has returned to New York City's Lincoln Center to celebrate women of color and expose a new generation to the art of turning ropes.