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Read ‘Black Panther’ director Ryan Coogler’s moving tribute to Chadwick Boseman

Sonaiya Kelley, The LA Times, 08/30/2020

It is with a heavy heart and a sense of deep gratitude to have ever been in his presence, that I have to reckon with the fact that Chad is an ancestor now. And I know that he will watch over us, until we meet again.

Sojourner Truth and the Unfinished Fight for Equality

Katie Nodjimbadem, The New Yorker, 08/14/2020

In her vivid rendering of Truth—composed with a mix of paint and collage—Haynes was determined to capture Truth’s femininity and force.

Why Cornel West is hopeful (but not optimistic)

Sigal Samuel, Vox, 07/29/2020

A conversation about Black liberation theology, existentialism, and other philosophies that can help us through these times.

Alicia Keys To Exec Produce American Masters Doc On Black Entertainers For PBS

Peter White, Deadline, 07/28/2020

Popstar Alicia Keys is to exec produce a feature-length documentary about six iconic African American female entertainers for PBS.

How 20th Century Camera Film Captured a Snapshot of American Bias

Anissa Ramirez, Time, 07/24/2020

In the 1960s, African American mothers noticed something wrong in their children’s seemingly innocent class photos.

John Lewis’s Legacy and America’s Redemption

David Remnick, The New Yorker, 07/18/2020

The civil-rights leader, who died Friday, acknowledged the darkest chapters of the country’s history, yet insisted that change was always possible.

The US loses two icons of the civil rights movement in one day

Faith Karimi, CNN, 07/18/2020

John Robert Lewis died at age 80 after a battle with cancer. Rev. Cordy Tindell "C.T." Vivian died at age 95 of natural causes. They died a day before the birthday of the late Nelson Mandela -- another renown champion of racial equality.

How John Lewis’s masterful illustrated memoir is a shining torch for the next generation

Michael Cavna, Washington Post, 07/18/2020

For human rights to be defended, each succeeding generation must learn the history of how they are won.

‘Just Mercy’ Is Streaming for Free This Month to Educate Viewers on Systemic Racism

Nora McGreevy, Smithsonianmag, 06/08/2020

The 2019 film, which chronicles criminal justice reform in Alabama, stars Michael B. Jordan as lawyer Bryan Stevenson.