Ellis Marsalis performs at Lewis Museum's 10th anniversary gala. Credit Glenwood Jackson Photography.

Baltimore’s Lewis Museum Turns 10 and Looks Ahead in the Aftermath of Protests (On the “A” w/Souleo)

2015 has been a year of change, challenges, and progress for Baltimore’s Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture. In 2014, the museum’s former chief curator, Michelle Joan Wilkinson, left to become a curator at the […]

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Good Trade by Dennis RedMoon Darkeem_2014 Artist-in-Residence at Longwood Laundromat_Courtesy of The Laundromat Project

Dynamic Youth Arts Programs Make an Impact Across the Country (On the “A” w/Souleo)

[caption id="attachment_32775" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Good Trade by Dennis RedMoon Darkeem. 2014 Artist-in-Residence at Longwood Laundromat. Courtesy of The Laundromat Project.[/caption]

In terms of awards, it

National Black Programming Consortium

The National Black Programming Consortium Gives Black Content Creators a Boost (On the “A” w/Souleo)

If African Americans engage with more media content than any other group, then why aren’t they equally represented behind the scenes

Angie Stone_Courtesy of Shanachie Entertainment

Angie Stone is Still a Dreamer at Heart on Her New Album (On the “A” w/Souleo)

Soul singer/songwriter, Angie Stone has an unshakeable faith in herself, in love, and in the power of dreams and music. But over the past

In the Black attendees with Linda Spradely Dunn-center and Mikki Taylor-far right_Courtesy of Odyssey Media

Odyssey Media’s ‘In the Black’ Tour Emphasizes the Power of the Little Black Dress (On the “A” w/Souleo)

A roomful of women in little black dresses may sound like the scene of a cocktail party, but during Odyssey Media’s

Reginald Gammon, Freedom Now, 1965

‘Black Art in America’ Shines Light on Unsung Artist and Activist Reginald Gammon (On the “A” w/Souleo)

[caption id="attachment_32508" align="aligncenter" width="221"] Reginald Gammon, Freedom Now, 1965[/caption]

Najee Dorsey had no doubt about commemorating the 10th anniversary of the death of unsung visual

Danny Simmons, co-founder of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation_Photo Credit Terrence Jennings

Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation is Headed to Philadelphia (On the “A” w/Souleo)

[caption id="attachment_32471" align="aligncenter" width="200"] Danny Simmons, co-founder of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation. Credit Terrence Jennings.[/caption]

The walls at Rush Arts Galleries are expanding beyond New

Dr. Donahue Tuitt_Courtesy of UNIFY

Preview a New Streaming Service Focused on Black Content (On the “A” w/Souleo)

 Much has been stated about television’s lack of diversity and perceived gains in tackling that issue with black actors at the forefront of successful

Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Lady Money Sings the Blues, 2011

Meet the Unforgettable Personalities of Harlem’s Iconic Paris Blues Bar (On the “A” w/Souleo)

While the jazz-fueled heyday of the Harlem Renaissance era has long since played its last note, there are a few places in the historic

Miss Jessie's Miko Branch. Photo Credit Laretta Houston.

Miss Jessie’s CEO Successfully Navigates through Natural Hair Criticism (On the “A” w/Souleo)

[caption id="attachment_31990" align="aligncenter" width="205"] Miss Jessie's Miko Branch. Photo Credit Laretta Houston.[/caption]

Miss Jessie’s CEO Successfully Navigates through Natural Hair Criticism

Earlier this month, The

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