With the nation divided courtesy of new leadership in the White House, ironically one art exhibit over this past extended
Chances are, if you drive down any given street in Detroit, it’s very likely that you may see the amazingly
During a nerve-racking political climate there are plenty of artworks to distract your mind’s eye. But there are also pieces
Tony the Whlgn is a graphic designer from Detroit. Upon moving from Detroit, he lent his artistic skill to Ecko Unltd.
King Mansa Musa, the richest Black man in history, lived from 1280 – 1337 A.D., and ruled over the Mali
Philipé “Philly” Weeden is an award-winning playwright from Cleveland. He has produced several stage plays since 2012 including “If You
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is embracing it’s 41-year history with Atlanta by presenting six breathtaking Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Meet director extraordinaire Jason Orr, founder of the FunkJazz Kafé Arts & Music Festival, and find out what he has
There are many counties and towns in Georgia that bear the name of former slave masters and hold horrific secrets.
A recent episode of BET’s “Being Mary Jane” addressed the African American rigid cultural definition of masculinity. Gabrielle Union’s character, Mary
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and Brooklyn Love is in the air. Valentine’s Day is the time when ladies anticipate
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s birth name was Michael, not Martin. On January 15, 1929, the famous Civil Rights leader
There are many untold stories of Black Americans who were a vital part of the emancipation of our people and
Meet artist Adu Jahmal, whose unique artwork adorns wine bottles. "I enjoy the collection that speaks of my rich heritage
Social media is singing the praises of BET’s new series “The Quad,” which premiered Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 10 p.m.
Who is Empress Naima? I am a fourth-generation psychic and spiritual practitioner born and raised in the south Louisiana bayou
Danny Simmons is among many Philadelphia artists and arts organizations brimming with anticipation of a renaissance in the city. New
A list of thoughts about the Women’s March … 1. Last night, I discussed the purpose of the Women’s March
Hadiza Lawal (@wovenblends) and Nick Barney (@n.effect) are among the dozen artists who have inspired a new temporary gallery now open at
Source: Facebook University of Michigan Issa Rae shared her “awkward Black girl” magic during the 31st annual Martin Luther King Jr. symposium