How Black Lives Matter Came to the Academy
On a Saturday night in early June, Shardé Davis, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Connecticut, was sitting on a couch in a rented apartment in San Diego, scrolling through her Twitter feed.
Queen Sugar: How Ava DuVernay Elevated Women Directors (With Oprah’s Help)
It wasn’t so long ago that Black family dramas were virtually nonexistent on television—a fact that makes Queen Sugar, now in its final season, an even more extraordinary feat.
As a kid, I was biracial (and black). Today, I'm black (and biracial).
All in the Family: A Multicultural Memoir
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