Mainstream pop culture has spent decades mining the house ballroom scene of black LGBTQ communities for inspiration—without recognition, or pay.
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by Jay Smooth on September 10 2014, 7:00AM
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by Carla Murphy on August 4 2014, 7:00AM
Young, black men in Chicago are far more likely to be touched by violent crime than any other group. But they’re not innocent enough to get the help they need to recover.
by Stacia L. Brown on July 1 2014, 3:20PM
Our Twitter chat on black men and unemployment unearthed hard truths about job market inequity.
by Kai Wright on May 11 2014, 4:22PM
In July 2013, I found myself uncharacteristically tongue-tied. Person after person asked for my reaction to the verdict in George Zimmerman’s trial. Over and over, I avoided answering. My challenge wasn’t a lack of thoughts; they just didn’t fit into…
Topics: Life Cycles of Inequity