Escaping outdated ideas and generating new perspectives, a new show celebrates the most exciting young artists from across Africa.
Chidera Eggerue has come under fire for pushing a brand of feminism that claims not to care about men, yet also seems intensely obsessed with them. But she isn’t alone.
From the Million Man March to #FeesMustFall, photographer Adreinne Waheed celebrates the ‘beauty and resilience’ of African American culture.
After the global success of Marvel’s Black Panther, Afrofuturism is now more visible than ever. But does that mean it’s in danger of losing its edge?
Founded in 2012, Jacaranda Books is bringing black culture to mainstream publishing, providing a space for writers that ‘cross racial, gender and cultural boundaries.’
The South African photographer places herself centre stage in Hail the Dark Lioness, drawing on experiences of homophobia and hate crimes that impact her own community.
The conspiracy theories about Kenneka Jenkins' death might not help find justice but at least they show that now when black people die, society sits up and takes notice.
An integral part of the black British experience, visiting your barber has now become one of the few socially accepted forms of black male intimacy.
Appearing across the walls of the capital, Dreph’s portraits celebrate the humanity, beauty and strength of black British women.
This weekend 20-year-old Rashan Charles was killed by police in Hackney. It's hard to swallow the idea that Britain is a 'post-racial' utopia when black bodies meet their end on our streets.
As it returns to the UK for the second year, photographer Theo McInnes captures the crowds at Afropunk – Brooklyn’s iconic black arts festival.
Director Raoul Peck spent 10 years making a posthumous collaboration with his hero: writer and activist James Baldwin. The results are astonishing.