Film series is 'doing emotional and physiological labor, defining the Black body across all parallels of time and history.'
Overwhelming. Pummeling. Invigorating. Meditative. Visceral. These are the words I wrote down after viewing Isaac Julien’s “Lessons of the Hour — Frederick
He was a writer, orator and social reformer, each of those roles shaped by his former status as an enslaved person. Frederick Douglass committed his abundant
Artist Charlene Tan shares how her "Research and Remembering" series is a deeply personal act of resilience to reclaim and foreground the aesthetics of her Filipino
McEvoy Arts presents 'New Labor Movements,' a collection of short films that explore contemporary visions of America and Black life, curated by Leila Weefur.