Rapper and spoken word artist Propaganda is no stranger to these three essential "impulses" that inform the African-American worldview. In fact, the art he creates embodies these ideas.
Lecrae hosted a Facebook live Q&A with fans last night, announcing his new single, "Hammer Time," featuring 1K Phew and also hinted about an upcoming album release.
Obasi Shaw is the first Harvard student to submit a rap album as a senior thesis. He was awarded a grade of summa cum laude minus for the project.
Chance's embrace of the label is notable in light of other Christian rappers who have tried desperately over the years to distance themselves from the classification.
Brooklyn Nets point guard Jeremy Lin recently compared the racial taunts he received in college at Harvard to the ones has gotten in the NBA.
When the horses enter the gate for the 143rd Kentucky Derby, their jockeys will hail from Louisiana, Mexico, Nebraska and France. None will be African-American.
Deborah Lacks' late mother, Henrietta, had posthumously and unwittingly contributed to some of the most important medical research of the 20th century.
"We Belong," the debut album by Reach Records' Gawvi, is the kind of feel-good soundtrack we need to counter the divisive rhetoric of our times.
As the former coach of Colin Kaepernick with the San Francisco 49ers, Jim Harbaugh had been asked last fall about the player's famous protests of the national anthem.
"The Zookeeper's Wife" is, in some ways, "another Holocaust movie." It is a standard cinematic effort to depict an ugly part of history some of us would rather like to forget—but that is precisely why it is a film worth seeing.