BET’s COVID Relief Fund Raises Over $16M To Support African-American Communities Impacted By Coronavirus
Recognizing the YWCA Greater Los Angeles’ (YWCA GLA) efforts in combating the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the organization’s impact on the city’s African American community during these times, the 126-year-old nonprofit became one of the beneficiaries of BET’s “Saving Our Selves:
CURBING THE “QUARANTINE 15” Expert Tips to Avoid Weight Gain, Stay Fit, AND Body-Image Positive by Nathaniel Jordan, Minister of Wellness
COVID-19 has forced us into month 2 of isolation. For many, this means another month of binging, boozing, and stress-baking –
BILLY PORTER PREMIERES VIDEO FOR “FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH” AT JOE BIDEN’S “SOUL OF A NATION” VIRTUAL EVENT
In a major ICYMI moment, Billy Porter premiered the lyric video for “For What It’s Worth” on Saturday (4/25) at Joe Biden’s “Soul of a Nation” virtual event.
Common Field—a national network of independent, experimental and contemporary visual arts organizations and organizers – is proud to announce a reimagined and free online Convening in response to the COVD-19 outbreak.
The world, and in this case, Black Art Markets have been indelibly changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Unemployment rates have soared to levels that exceed those reported in the last recession.
Above: Black Skin White Masks 2020, Acrylic on canvas60 x 48 in / 152 x 122 cm Lyons Wier Gallery is pleased to present “Trapademia II:
Many years ago, Nellie Ricks, my great-grandmother, sent me on an errand. It landed me at Mrs. Gertrude Ellison’s in southwest Atlanta.
Much of literature centers on the question of identity. In high school English classes across America, students recite Hamlet’s To Be or Not To Be year after year.