Tony Bolden explores the spiritual principles that inform the foundation of Afrofuturist music.
The Black feminist collective's 1977 statement has been a bedrock document for academics, organizers and theorists for 45 years.
HBO's The Gilded Age has done its homework on Black History, creating a character based upon real life wealthy Black women of the time.
Keckley’s decision to write about her employers from the viewpoint of a household laborer--she was seamstress to Mary Todd Lincoln--enraged audiences.
Larsen's 1930 story "Sanctuary" had a similar plot to an earlier British story. So what? Perhaps the tale never really belonged to either writer.