Mary Lyerly Alexander, who worked to preserve the legacy of her cousin John Coltrane and in the process became a pillar of the Philadelphia jazz scene, died on Aug. 31 at a nursing home in Philadelphia.
OG History is a Teen Vogue series where we unearth history not told through a white, cisheteropatriarchal lens. In this op-ed, Ruth Hopkins (Cankudutawin-Red Road Woman), a Dakota/Lakota Sioux writer,
Top Georgia Republicans continue to use the power of the state to investigate political rivals, executing a strategy that voting rights activists say is designed to intimidate voting rights organizations
Near the end of his freshman year at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Ja’Waun Williams heard that a dean there had been a member of the fraternity Williams was pledging. After bonding over their
Is Seoul’s love for the hip-hop aesthetic more fetishistic than inclusive? When Koreans ask Hyun-Min Han whether he is African or American, they’ll find themselves surprised to learn that he is actually
On Sunday, the New York Times Magazine published perhaps its most ambitious work on race and slavery to date. The 1619 Project, which marks the 400th anniversary of the arrival of African slaves to Virginia,
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Federal authorities found nothing troubling after looking into voting-machine makers largely owned by private equity firms that don’t disclose their investors, so North Carolina elections