The popularity of Texas-style barbecue has white-washed a cuisine that was rooted in Native American and African heritage. These black pitmasters are trying to keep history intact.
"Just because ur child is black doesn't mean u get to rock OUR cornrows," one commenter wrote on Instagram.
By Elizabeth J. West, Georgia State University/The Conversation Though we often discuss World War I through the lens of history
“Great gowns. Beautiful gowns.”
Black culture matters more to white people than black lives.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is devoting a yearlong special exhibition to the media mogul’s cultural legacy.
A young dancer talks about performing with the queen in her history-making show.
Should we focus on police brutality or misogynoir? There’s room to do both in the case of Stephon Clark.
"To see people of all backgrounds wearing clothing that celebrates their heritage... moved me and my wife to tears."
"I surrounded them with African art and images of beautiful women that they can relate to,” she said.
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