The 1960s and ’70s stand as an era of artistic community — of collectives: musicians and writers, artists and architects, photographers and filmmakers listening, arguing and creating with each other. Now they're rediscovering their power.
Two of our Black Creativity 2021 Innovators meet to talk about their takes on creativity and collaboration. Photojournalist Tonika Johnson created the Folded Map Project to explore narratives around Chicago’s South Side.
The phenomenal true story of the black female mathematicians at NASA whose calculations helped fuel some of America’s greatest achievements in space—a powerful, revelatory history essential to our understanding of race, discrimination, and achievement in modern America.
Over the past several months, many companies have pledged to better support their Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color (BIPOC) employees, particularly when it comes to mental health. To do this well, they must offer services that meet the unique mental health needs of those employees.
Starting med school in your 40s is daunting, but it's never too late to chase your dreams. Carl Allamby made a midlife career change after 25 years as a mechanic. He decided to trade his socket wrench for a stethoscope and chase his dream of becoming a doctor.