Mr. Abraham, who is making his first dance for a ballet company, said he’s not trying to make “that canned version of ballet with an urban zhoozh.”
“Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” at the Brooklyn Museum shows how black artists were galvanized during a time of social and political unrest.
Mark Knight, an Australian cartoonist who ignited outrage with his depiction of Serena Williams at the U.S. Open, says it had nothing to do with racism. Other cartoonists say there’s no way that’s true.
Chinese officials haven’t given their blessing to showing the popular movie in China, and it may not resonate there anyway because of cultural differences.
The veteran actor returns to television with “Mayans M.C.,” the “Sons of Anarchy” sequel debuting Tuesday on FX.
Shows are scrambling to hire more minorities, but the pipeline of experienced writers is thin, a problem of the industry’s own making.
“Ori Inu: In Search of Self” has emphasized rich visuals to capture a range of skin tones, one of several screen projects to focus on lighting of people of color.
Ron Stallworth joined the Klan as a black detective working undercover in 1978. Now his memoir, “Black Klansman,” is a best seller — and an acclaimed film.
With her first major New York gallery show and an important public commission, the artist spotlights African-American women “left out of history.”