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Charles White Painting Missing For Decades From Howard University Turns Up At Sotheby’s

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A painting by a noted artist Charles White vanished from Howard University in the 1970s and hadn’t been seen publicly…

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54Kibo, the Digital Marketplace Showcasing The Beauty of African Aesthetic and Luxury Décor

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54kibo is the premier luxury digital home décor retailer for interior design professionals and consumers. The brand was launched in…

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National Museum of African American History and Culture to acquire Ebony and Jet Archives

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The National Museum of African American History and Culture will acquire a significant portion of the archive of the Johnson…

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New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center Acquires Collection of Fab 5 Freddy

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Some 120 boxes of archived notebooks, screenplays, fliers, and photography from the collection of hip-hop legend Fred “Fab 5 Freddy”…

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Black Owned Art Galleries & Museums You Should Know

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Hello Art Lovers! We’ve compiled a list of Black owned art galleries located across the country and some internationally. Be…

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Philanthropists Eddie and Sylvia Brown donate $3.5 million to the Baltimore Museum of Art

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The Baltimore Museum of Art announced Friday that philanthropists Eddie and Sylvia Brown are giving the organization $3.5 million to…

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World’s Largest Museum dedicated to Black Civilizations opens in Senegal

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After 52 years of waiting, Senegal is finally opening what has been described as the largest museum of Black civilization…

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10 Tips For Photographing Darker Skin Tones

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PHOTOGRAPHING DARKER SKIN TONES

No, you’re not crazy: photographing darker skin tones, like mine, is harder than photographing lighter ones. Before anyone goes and…

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The Carters “APES**T” challenges art history’s erasure of Black culture

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The Carters blessed stans everywhere when they released their joint album, Everything Is Love, on June 16th. Rumors had been circulating about the…

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How Artist Derrick Adams Learned About Freedom From ‘The Negro Motorist Green Book

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On a recent wintry morning, the multimedia artist Derrick Adams was sitting in his cozy basement studio in Brooklyn talking about distant…

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