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12-year-old literacy advocate Marley Dias is publishing an activism guide for children and teens

Posted on February 23, 2017 at 2:26pm 0 Comments

12-year-old literary advocate and activist Marley Dias is publishing an activism guide for kids and teens, as announced by Scholastic. Dais, who is known for the #1000BlackGirlBooks after growing tired of reading books about “white boys and dogs”, expressed…

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Ugandan-born, Nairobi-based photographer Sarah Waiswa captures the contemporary faces of Africa

Posted on February 23, 2017 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

We’re loving the work of Ugandan-born, Nairobi-based photographer Sarah Waiswa. Waiswa is a documentary and portrait photog whose work centers around identity, specifically the ‘New African Identity’, which is the contemporary faces and places of the continent. Waiswa, who describes herself as The Afrohemian Nomad, use photography to highlight the local, and refreshing, images of beauty seen all across Africa. Below are some of our favorite of Waiswa’s portraits,…

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Photo series: Black women giving zero fucks about police intimidation

Posted on February 23, 2017 at 11:00am 0 Comments

Filmmaker Matthew A. Cherry is just as prolific on the Twittersphere as he is on the big screen. In a tweet series that went viral, Cherry decided to celebrate “Black women unbothered by the police: A Photo Series” for Black History Month. The photos show badass women standing up to police in ways most of us couldn’t imagine. From women being arrested by SWAT, to pushing a bayonet out of the way, it seems that law enforcement is clearly no match for the fearlessness of a…

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Chicago teen Lazarus’ life is about to be forever changed in chapter 2 of our ‘Zulu’ webcomic

Posted on February 21, 2017 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

Created and written by Alverne Ball, ‘Zulu’ follows the life of Lazarus Jones, a 16-year-old boy who becomes possessed by the spirit of warrior king Shaka Zulu while visiting South Africa with his father. Back home in Chicago, Lazarus finds himself navigating through the turbulent streets of Chicago with friends when he discovers that a big corporation is behind the endless gang violence and disintegration of his neighborhood.



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At 6:36am on December 16, 2016, RXMXT said…

Hey! I really appreciate the feature you wrote! Do you think you could edit the sentence RXMXT identifies as a genderqueer demiboy, asexual and panromantic to just RXMXT identifies as queer? Thank you so much!

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At 6:30pm on May 25, 2015, kira said…
You published a featured article today about #MelaninMonday. Credit for Melanin Monday should be given to bonitaapplebelle from tumblr, not Young Paris. She created it first and started a movement on the site within the black community and he took the name and started plastering 'Melanin' on photos. Please give proper credit where its due.

http://bonitaapplebelle.tumblr.com/post/118871956076/reclaiming-melanin-monday
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At 2:41pm on November 15, 2013, Death Metal Angola said…

DEATH METAL ANGOLA TRAILER 

The award-winning documentary DEATH METAL ANGOLA is premiering at the DOC NYC festival this Saturday, Nov 16, 9:45 pm at the IFC.  AfterParty at Midnight at 107 Suffolk Street sponsored by the Black Rock Coalition, headlining Metal pre-teen sensation (thanks in large part to Afropunk) Unlocking the Truth and Brooklyn hardcore punk band Dead Serious.  

Nov 18th, Fulbright sponsored panel with directors of Death Metal Angola and Detropia. That night the US State Department flies me to Angola as an official Arts Envoy to premiere DMA at the Luanda International Film Festival on the 20th and on the 23th in Huambo - followed by a rock concert in the Okutiuka Orphanage.  

DMA and Fulbright have teamed up to tour the film around the United States in the Spring.  We just launched the DMA Resilience Tour fundraising campaign to pull it off: http://dma.rockethub.com

Join us and spread the word!!

 
 
 


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