Unlocked from our summer issue: “Roshambo,” a comic by Ronald Wimberly.
Investigating the bias of vision, unnerving advances in surveillance, and the sociopolitical consequences of a changing digital landscape.
The award-winning television writer traces inherited traumas in her debut stage production.
Dance as a political confrontation and a place of dreams.
“Dub was my sound because of postcolonial movements. I grew up in it. I bathed in it. I breathed it. So why shouldn’t it be mine?”
Filmmaker Jason Osder discusses his documentaryLet the Fire Burn, an investigation into the 1985 bombing of the MOVE collective in Philadelphia.
Artist Tia-Simone Gardner and Dr. Jeffreen Hayes of the Birmingham Museum of Art discuss the museum’s contribution to the 50 Years Forward campaign, marking the 50th anniversary of the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church.
This First Proof contains the poem “Brothers Keep Me Up.”
“I’m talking about stopping one of the older human rituals, human sacrifice, and I think that’s what I’m really trying to get to. I have to get where words will stop a death.”
I. John the Cop.
“I don’t bullshit about what I did.
I am in Marrakesh, walking through the European town, on my way to the Post Office to make a phone call.