At McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, curator Leila Weefur's latest installment of short films offers glimpses of multiple histories.
If you’ve taken a stroll down Fulton St. anytime since this past June, odds are you’ve seen the bold yellow letters reading “BLACK LIVES MATTER.” A
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