Maahfio Otchere, Villanova University
It all comes down to power. When does it ever not?
Why is it so difficult for people to attempt to say “un-American” names, but it’s possible to say Tchaikovsky?
Angie Thomas’ vivid novel follows the coming-of-age stories of teens living in two different communities facing racial conflicts.
Carnegie Mellon’s Kasem Kydd uses provocative live performance and symbol-laden visual art to explore the nuance of black culture.
A Chinese art museum from the modern civilized era views primitive life as animalistic, and what people can learn from the collection.
It’s not pretty.
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