Black creators chronicle the experiences that nourish their communities.
Black joy is mined from a different vein of the human experience
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Determined to counter racist stereotypes, Carter G. Woodson worked tirelessly to promote the accomplishments of African Americans.
Nikole Hannah-Jones discusses how the project reframes the role of slavery in American society “in ways that we don't know.”
By founding the first African American scuba club, Albert José Jones led the way for Black divers to explore the ocean—and their own history.
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Only two of Harriet Powers’s 19th-century quilts survive today, but their dynamism—and spiritual power—left their mark on American art.