Race and Health
‘the simpsons’ responded to the apu criticism in the worst way possible
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iggyldn's powerful videos ask men to be more vulnerable
The London poet and director is reshaping how we think about the nuances of categorization. Following his beautiful visual projects 'Black Boys Don't Cry' and 'Fatherhood,' Iggy is creating new work with photographer Alice Mann.
can white photographers capture the black male experience?
Luke Austin’s new photo book, 'LÉWÀ,' aims to challenge negative perceptions of black male beauty. It’s sparking a discussion about white allyship in 2018 America.
faceapp's race swap filter went down as well as you'd expect
The tone-deaf new update is being removed after public outcry.
this artist shaved her head to get back to her roots
Diana Chire’s body is her canvas, but not knowing her hair in its natural state left her feeling like cheat. So she turned it into art.
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zoë kravitz is still reading racist scripts and she's over it
'When my name is brought up in a casting office, I’m sure the fact that I’m black comes up in discussions.'
this photo series captures what microaggressions feel like
Bryan Tang’s images explore frustration, prejudice, and internalized racism in Australia.
this photographer is using the pantone system to change how we think about race
Angélica Dass is archiving every shade in existence.
the editors of cause & effect magazine discuss creating their powerful queer manifesto
A space to fight the bleak, oppressive nature of mainstream culture.
this new horror film about racism is starting a discussion we need to have
Jordan Peele's 'Get Out' has earned 100% on Rotten Tomatoes for its bone-chilling terror and poignant message.
mickalene thomas on the politics of art and the black body
As she opens a group show at David Castillo Gallery in Miami, the US artist-curator talks collaboration, the African diaspora, and the political act of art making.
photographer elliott jerome brown, jr. delves deeply into black lives
The 22-year-old artist will change the way you think about blackness and queerness.