Discover three powerful oral history projects documenting the living-wage movement, human trafficking, poverty and the Harlem community.
In an unfurnished New York City apartment with bare white walls, Wendell Headley paces the room with an intense energy bordering on unease.
The Apollo Theater has transformed the lives of many singers that performed on its stage such as Stevie Wonder, James Brown and Lauryn Hill.
Take a breath. Is it short and strained or is it deep and full? Posing this question to a victim of human trafficking may seem insignificant but according to Lara Land it is a crucial step in the rehabilitation of ...
DJ Spinderella officially returns as full-time member of Salt-N-Pepa; T.J. Holmes reveals theme of forthcoming book; and why Brotherhood/Sister Sol organization wants youth to avoid reality TV.
Arturo O’Farrill reimagines father’s classic Afro-Latin jazz composition for Apollo Theater; R&B singer Tank previews new album; and “The Retrieval” film addresses themes of freedom and manhood
Fashion designer Patrick Kelly celebrated with retrospective; a period drama based on story of mixed-race woman; Carrie Mae Weems and friends at the Guggenheim and Publicolor raises funds to brighten schools.
New season to depict familial, marital and professional challenges of talented R&B singers.
Prince protégé, LiV Warfield just may be 2014’s breakout music star with new album The Unexpected.
FACE Africa aims to raise $1.2M to address Liberia’s water crisis; the Affordable Art Fair celebrates its 15th anniversary; and Cove Lounge honors Harlem’s Bevy Smith and Vy Higginsen.
Danny Glover advocated for the Afro-descendant population in Venezuela; new event addresses stereotypes about Guyana; plus a new luxury packaged music album.
Lara Land uses yoga to fight trafficking and raise funds and new web series offers women tips on becoming financially empowered.
The Bronx Museum of the Arts enlists celebrities to get people “Back in the Bronx,” and Out to See brings awareness to South Street Seaport post-Hurricane Sandy.
Legendary group, Labelle plan tour in honor of “Lady Marmalade” and new coffee table book features children transformed into black icons.
New exhibition aims to illuminate the plight and triumphs of black fashion designers and “A Raisin in the Sun” playwright, Lorraine Hansberry’s letters reveal her thoughts on feminism and LGBT rights.