“If you are silent about your pain, they’ll kill you and say you enjoyed it.” —Zora Neale Hurston This quote has been on my mind recently. It is in the […]
Kick off the summer with these events.
Fatimah Asghar’s new short film explores queer sex with a video game twist.
On the new Legacy! Legacy!, Chicago singer and poet Jamila Woods lovingly details how art can learn from the past as it shapes the future.
The Brown Girls cocreator examines the effects of her own family’s trauma.
Current musical obsessions of Brown Girls writer Fatimah Asghar, Macie Stewart of Ohmme, and the Reader’s Peter Margasak
Survive’s retro horror-synth score for Stranger Things means they benefit from Pitchfork’s courtship of the prestige-television audience.
With her video for “Holy,” soul singer Jamila Woods demonstrates how to show love for your community as well as for yourself.
A mostly female cast and crew come together to tell the story of the friendship between writer Fatimah Asghar and musician Jamila Woods.
Fed Up Fest, Chicago Poetry Block Party, and more happenings from July 29-31.