James C. Lewis' Yoruba African Orishas photography series sheds light on a rich religious legacy that spans history, oceans, and continents.
In 2009, Hemley González walked over 100 miles during the course of three weeks in Havana. These are portraits of a life that could have been.
Mainstream American media has a shameful record of misrepresenting black Americans. Artist Justin Adu’s African Amedia exhibit redresses these portrayals.
The majority of the people who protested in Baltimore didn't know Freddie Gray personally. However, we all related to being victims of police brutality.
Nia King is an Oakland-based art activist and author of Queer and Trans Artists of Color. Here, she talks about artivism, selling out, and her QTPOC icons.