Dallas, TX (October 16, 2023) – Broadway Dallas, Dallas Independent School District (Dallas ISD) and a consortium of generous underwriters announced today a district-wide STEAM education program themed around the Broadway musical BEETLEJUICE. Over the […]
By Joseph Williams Originally appeared in Word in Black Billed as a one-of-a-kind mash-up of publishing and pop culture, with A-list participants from both worlds, the inaugural BookCon in May […]
The #BlackGirlJoyChallenge launches on the “International Day of the Girl Child” and seeks to spread JOY to inspire the mental, social, emotional and overall well-being for Black girls and gender-expansive […]
By Aziah Siid Originally appeared in Word in Black If freedom of expression is deeply ingrained in American society, why were more than 3,000 book bans reported in the 2022-2023 school year? […]
By Martha Heimberg Bondage at Undermain portrays the trauma of slavery erupting from the tight gene pool of an island plantation. It’s a wise child who knows his own father,” […]
I am the proud founder of CourDiva’s Cards and Invitations, a dynamic Black woman-owned stationery business. I am passionate about weaving creativity and culture into my products. As a Black […]
By Joseph Williams Originally appeared in Word in Black It’s something we do from our first moments of life until the moment we die. We do it some 17,000 times […]
Review by Martha Heimberg Talk about twist n shout. Saturday night’s audience, at Dallas Theater Center’s perfectly posh production of The Rocky Horror Show were dancing in the lobby of […]
Black women have been writing themselves into history for centuries, and She Wrote the Book is a campaign to showcase and collaborate with the Black literary community and passionate Black women readers through virtual events, cross-generational discussions, and curated digital content.
NeAndre Broussard is a visionary who uses clothing as a vehicle to uplift Black men all over the world, and his Black Menswear brand hosts events and flash mobs to show the power of dressing well and changing the narrative of who we are as Black men.