The Huxtables, Homebodies, and ‘A Haunted Capital’

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Self Portrait of photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier By Utibe Mbagwu The Brooklyn Museum exhibition ‘A Haunted Capital’ showcases an poignant depiction of working-class life in the Rust Belt community of Braddock, Pennsylvania, the hometown of photographer Latoya Ruby Frazier. The … Read More

The Brooklyn Museum goes back to the roots

Cameroonian singer Kaïssa By Isseu Diouf-Campbell To commemorate Black History Month this year, the Brooklyn Museum went back to where everything started, Africa, with an evening dedicated to the continent on February 2, 2013. The Target First Saturdays event included concerts … Read More

“MAD Free”: Michaela Angela Davis & Beverly Bond

Michaela Angela Davis & Beverly Bond By Isseu Diouf Campbell Beverly Bond, founder of Black Girls Rock Inc., was the guest of image activist Michaela Angela Davis during an event titled “MAD Free: Liberating conversation about our image, beauty and … Read More