African American culture

"This music represents the lived experiences of native Washingtonians,” Councilmember Kenyan R. McDuffie said in a press release.
The outfits sparked controversy online, with many criticizing the students for appropriating and mocking black culture.
Community members joined #DontMuteDC to protest efforts to suppress the music that has played at a famed intersection for decades.
The aquarium apologized for using slang terms for a black woman's body in a sea otter meme.
Toni Morrison is a Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer whose novels like “Beloved” unapologetically depict the African-American experience. #BlackGlory #BlackHistoryMonth
Various people describe what it has meant for them to be black, and how everyone's experience with it is unique.
Poets at the Brave New Voices festival address issues of racial violence, immigration, social justice, police brutality and women’s rights.
This post is by Akintunde Ahmad and originally appeared on The Well, Jopwell’s digital magazine. When you return from studying
“They wanted to look like Rihanna or Beyoncé. Even that was a bit too plain for them.”
Big Mama's Kitchen and Catering in Omaha, Nebraska is a destination for out-of-town foodies and local restaurant aficionados alike. For restauranteur Patricia Barron, the soul food eatery is the culmination of a lifetime of cooking, collecting recipes, and honing her business skills.
Black History Month or African American History month is a celebration of African American's role in the U.S. Though most of it was done involuntarily, our blood, sweat, tears and lives literally built this country.
My reading had taught me that I could render feminist characters long before I learned that there was a word to describe girls who bucked narrow gender roles. However, I also had internalized the belief that to be a legitimate author, my characters had to be white.
Who is writing and influencing the history our children are taught? Should a few education officials in Texas or any state drive decisions about what all of our children learn or sugarcoat the truth?