A panel on transformative justice and the university
“From Resistance to Representation: Black Women Proving the Dream” is this year's theme
The show is a modern retelling of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"
One of the classic ways to stoke white fear and justify violence toward Arbery was to dehumanize his Blackness, but it didn’t stop there
Artists who signed the ‘Boston Arts for Black Lives’ letter last year weigh in on what’s changed—and what hasn’t—in the regional arts scene since then
The struggle for Black Tulsan survivors and their descendants to receive reparations has been a century-old controversy, one that is a pox on this country’s unwillingness to redress the human rights violation and generational loss of accumulated wealth.
While the world has been watching the trial of Derek Chauvin, the Brooklyn Center, MN police shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright Monday, April 12 during a traffic stop.
The group is asking that polices address the disparities the data has revealed.
“Robeson put his shoulder to the wheel of many specific liberation movements. He himself felt and acknowledged the unique burden of racism against Blacks in the United States.”
Black Boston Reimagined, Reggae Sunday, and an Asian Lantern Spectacular!