Known as “the grandfather of African cinema,” Sembène created powerful female characters who challenged Western notions of gender and sexuality.
Daniels and Austerlitz tell the story of jazz, from its origins in the blues, gospel, and funk to its impact on music around the world.
Tony Bolden explores the spiritual principles that inform the foundation of Afrofuturist music.
Frank London Brown’s 1959 novel, which presents a powerful story of white supremacist hatred, has been selected for the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame.
During a slow day at work, a young marble cutter named Willis O’Brien began sculpting tiny T-Rex figurines.