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.
Feeling overwhelmed by the unceasing media streams about the COVID-19 pandemic? Need some inspiration? You’re not alone. You have probably watched every programme there is on Netflix and you might have even bought some fun quarantine outfits to help to keep you entertained.
Above: Delita Martin Lilacs and Roots, Acrylic, Charcoal, Relief Printing, Decorative Papers, Hand-Stitching, 2018 Meet Natasha Marin, curator, Black Imagination—Black Voices on Black Futures, 2020.
The May edition of Speakers Magazine has Dr. Abraham Shanklin, Jr. as the cover story. Dr. Shanklin owns a coach writing and publishing company, Scripts &
Above:Ta-Nehisi Coates. Photo: Gabriella Demczuk. The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) hosts a conversation with Ta-Nehisi Coates, National Book Award winner, national correspondent for The Atlantic, and author of Marvel’s The Black Panther comic book series, on Thursday, May 17 from 7 to 10pm.
City College Center for the Arts (CCCA) invites families and readers of all ages to visit Aaron Davis Hall for a book party celebrating the launch of author and illustrator Nina Crews’ new book Seeing into Tomorrow:
Above: Midnight Treat by Addonis Parker. **************This story contains strong sexual imagery and language. For mature audiences only**************** By Mikki Rey “This is my last ride;
Above: Graffiti Artist Chaka Malik. DiWulf Publishing House is very excited to announce the October 31st release of the debut book from author Freddy Alva, Urban Styles:
Above: Antoinette Nwandu Tuvalu, author of the Saddest Song. Sundance Institute’s Theatre Lab kicks off today with the announcement of this year’s participating acting company and creative advisors.
Urban Shock Jock and MTV2 Host Charlamagne Tha God Steps Up For His Community with Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It
In the age of Trump and an unsure sense of purpose in the minds of young people of color in the United States, it has been the added responsibility of media and public figures like MSNBC’s Ms.