“What you see here is a poem about two women who loved one another,” said the poet and author.
The legend is being celebrated for her wit and wisdom in a new exhibition at Newark Arts Festival.
“If we’re not talking about this space then we’re not in the game,” the actress said.
Black History Doesn't Start With Slavery. This New Pan-African Exhibit Blending Art and Technology Shows How.
The must-see Miami-based exhibit Aṣẹ: Afro Frequencies celebrates the history and culture of the Diaspora with augmented reality.
Jay Ellis Joins Group of Producers to Highlight Voices of Incarcerated Youth With "Written Off" Podcast
The Insecure star speaks to ESSENCE about how the podcast—created and produced by Lemonada Media— is personal to his own…
The debut exhibition from the curator and critic at New York’s Gagosian Gallery is committed to preserving “spatial empowerment.”
With the release of her third book, Louise has gone from simply telling her story to giving readers a blueprint…