Aïda Muluneh’s vibrant images explore Ethiopian identity, and her photo festival aspires to shape a new vision of the continent.
The Houston artist’s much-anticipated debut album, 'Fever', is a remarkable mix of braggadocio, lyrical acuity, and self-awareness.
The writer talks about his debut short-fiction collection, which channels much of the same caustic humor and heartrending dialogue as his Netflix series.
The 'Boyz N the Hood' director, who died Monday at 51, ushered in a renaissance of black film in the 1990s and changed Hollywood along the way.
The performer’s new Netflix documentary, which details her landmark 2018 Coachella performance, is as much a celebration of African American scholarly history as it is a concert film.
The first feature film from the 'Atlanta' creator and his frequent collaborator, the director Hiro Murai, is a charming warm-weather romp full of delightful melodies and breezy plotting.