Layla Amatullah Barrayn's latest exhibition of recent photography spotlights real Black women in love, building families and strengthening communities; the photographs are intimate without sexual suggestion, natural without lacking stupendous beauty and just large enough for you to think these women of color stand right in the room.
David Boykin's Soul Sessions in Chicago every Sunday from 2:00-5:00 at the Arts Incubator on 55th and Garfield (at Green Line), MacArthur Genius Grant-winning photographer Carrie Mae Weems and her current solo exhibit at the Guggenheim in New York City, Current reprise of Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun starring Denzel Washington on Broadway (and … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Things Now (Just a Few…)
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The consideration of our Migrant Mothers alongside our more societally-accepted beauties has a gradient of approval, examination and interpretation that either cuts most of us out or can't fit all of us in. We have such a beautiful wide range. I hope to show it here.