The show played a major role in bringing difficult and contemporary topics to the fore, especially ones centering black women and femmes.
Graphic designer and illustrator Micah Bazant is an “artivist” whose work goes beyond political propaganda.
Mock breaks the shackles that have marked the “trans memoir” genre. She is no longer offering a 101 master class on trans identity, but encouraging us all to find our unique way of being.
If your feminism does not respect trans women in their full womanhood, it’s not truly intersectional. If you don’t advocate for the liberation of trans people, you aren’t truly invested in equality.
Welcome to the latest iteration of the Culture Wars. And the 2017 edition is promising to be a doozy.
Inspired by the non-indictments of the police officers responsible for the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, the short film draws parallels between discarded materials and the treatment of Black people in the United States.
Black mothers, whether they’re famous or not, always seem to be under attack.
“Law & Order” opens a pop cultural window into the social myths about abortion, the providers who perform them, and the women who obtain them.
A Peruvian artist based in Madrid, Acha-Kutscher is making visible the ways in which women worldwide have fought—and are fighting—to transform the conditions and circumstances of their communities.
Hosted by the High Priestess of Black Joy, Amber J. Phillips, and the King of da South, Jazmine Walker, “The Black Joy Mixtape” is a new podcast full of laughs, information, and Black feminist perspectives.