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Complicating Meaning: Jibade-Khalil Huffman Interviewed by Elisa Linn
A collage of brightly colored figure on lightbox titled, A Void, by Jibade-Khalil Huffman

Video and collage work that investigate anxiety and Blackness.

Complicating Meaning: Jibade-Khalil Huffman Interviewed by Elisa Linn
A collage of brightly colored figure on lightbox titled, A Void, by Jibade-Khalil Huffman

Video and collage work that investigate anxiety and Blackness.

Negotiating Patches of History: Yoruba Richen and Alden Jones
DVD cover artwork for How It Feels to be Free featuring Abbey Lincoln, Nina Simone, Diahann Carrol, Pam Gier, Lena Horne, and Cicely Tyson formatted in a grid and styled in a pop art aesthetic.

The documentary filmmaker and memoirist discuss intersections in their storytelling processes.

Radical Collectivity: Ephraim Asili Interviewed by Chrissie Iles
A black man writes "Long Live John Africa!" on a chalk board in a red-colored room. Other people and a painting with red faces can be seen behind him.

On his debut film, The Inheritance, which weaves together histories of the MOVE organization, the Black Arts Movement, and his own time in a Black Marxist collective.

Refusing Erasure: Raven Leilani Interviewed by Sarah Rose Etter
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On candidly depicting a black woman’s consciousness, the contradictions of intimacy, and the joys of other art forms.

Ode to My Homegirls by Safia Elhillo
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after Matthew Olzmann

A Dream Deferred: Isaac Julien’s Looking for Langston Reviewed by Ehm West
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A portrait of Langston Hughes and Black queer Harlem.

Saving Myself, and That Is Enough: A Conversation by t’ai freedom ford & Alexandria Smith
Portraits For Ford Smith Interview

The writer and visual artist discuss their work, experience as black creatives, and mutual love for Toni Morrison.

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