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BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY DIGITIZES BANNED BOOKS FOR AMERICA’S STUDENTS

So much so in fact, they are doing their part in combating the recent surge of banned books sweeping the nation across GOP-led cities and stat...

Black artist Noah Purifoy’s legacy is Joshua Tree museum

For an art figure with worldwide renown, Noah Purifoy‘s namesake art museum in Joshua Tree isn’t easy to find. From 29 Palms Highway, the main ...

Peggy Tarr: April is International Black Women’s Heritage Month

Official 2013 portrait of first lady Michelle Obama. Credit: Chuck Kennedy/White House photo   A proclamation for April to be Black Women’s He...

Building three new homes for Black arts and culture in Fort Worth

An interior in the National Juneteenth Museum   Join us for State of the Arts at the Kimbell Friday to learn more about the National Juneteent...

Culture Inspires Art

By Dr. James R. Gore Art can communicate cultural perspectives based on an artist’s experiences in society. A period in American history which ...

MoAD, Artsy’s 2022 Art Auction Celebrates Many Voices, One Diaspora

“MoAD is so grateful to the incredible community of artists, galleries, and individuals who have enthusiastically lent their support to this ye...

When being seen is not enough As Black art gets more amplified on TV and film, exposure is too big a price to pay for real appreciation and respect

  e’re bingeing our way through the pandemic absorbing TV and movies, and the messages found within, like never before. It’s clear that scree...

‘If These Dolls Could Talk’: Art Exhibit Explores Role of Black Dolls in U.S. History and Challenges Racial Stereotypes

The collection includes seven topsy-turvy dolls, circa the late 1800s, which consist of a Black and white doll conjoined at the waist. (Gift o...

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