By Kimatni D. Rawlins Suta Ma Black translates to “We are Black” for the Afro-Colombian people of San Basilio de Palenque, founded by South American leader Benkos Bioho who escaped slavery and led a rebellion […]
By Monifa Brown My life has been a series of pivotal events and circumstances that have gotten me to where I am,” reflects the fearless chart-topping Contemporary Jazz pioneer Najee. In a business where trends […]
Ledisi shares how the film’s director and producer helped her find her voice as an actress By Jessica L. Dupree The 30th PAN AFRICAN Film + Arts Festival brought out an astonishing line-up of celebrity […]
By Kymberly Amara Masud Olufani is at the forefront both on and off the screen when bringing life to art and breathing purpose into social justice work. The multi-disciplinary artist wears many hats, including writer, […]
Get Tickets Now! Detroit, get ready BWe NEXT (The Black Women’s Expo) is coming to Huntington Place, June 18 – 19, 2022!Prepare for big entertainment, fashion shows, and a chance to see some of your […]
Artist collected plastic litter from beaches and parks in several countries, to create an installation for the World Trade Center.
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Written by: Jessica L. DupreePhotos: Billy Montgomery Fashion designer turned Filmmaker Andrea Ward always knew that her innate talent for creativity and storytelling would take her places she once dreamed of. The Atlanta based creative […]
His Immortal Vision Studio provides a space for creators in Philadelphia and beyond.
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By BEVERLY JAMES / SPECIAL TO THE COURIER Former newspaper reporter and public relations manager Beverly James heard a friend complaining about the lack of diversity in children’s literature. Recalling her childhood in Brooklyn, New […]