The documentary Unapologetic explores the kind of activism the media tends to ignore.
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A Virtual Museum Preserves Black Lives Matter Protest Art
The University of St. Thomas has created the Urban Art Mapping George Floyd & Anti-Racist Street Art database, which has received over 1,000 submissions.
Video Essays That Address Race, Inequality, and the Movement for Black Lives
Curator Cydnii Wilde Harris highlights some of her favorite works in the Black Lives Matter Video Essay Playlist.
A Community Organizer in Utah Faces a Prison Life Sentence for Allegedly Buying Red Paint
Charges against Madalena McNeil were raised to the level of a first-degree felony due to the District Attorney’s decision to invoke a “gang enhancement” charge against her and seven other protesters who were accused of splashing paint and breaking windows.
A Block in Brooklyn Gets a Black Lives Matter Mural
A new mural stretching 565 feet in Bed-Stuy memorializes over 150 victims of fatal anti-Black violence, including Breonna Taylor and George Floyd.
Community Calls on ICP to Set Ethical Guidelines for Protest Photography
Noah Morrison, founding member of ICP Center Blackness Now, says the International Center of Photography’s response to their efforts has been superficial.
Looking Back at Philadelphia’s Notoriously Racist Mayor Frank Rizzo
Recent protests have finally ousted longstanding local monuments to Rizzo. The 1978 documentary Amateur Night at City Hall draws out a history of resistance to his brand of white authoritarianism.
Native American Activists Topple Columbus Statue in Minnesota
The Twin Cities branch of the American Indian Movement (AIM) led a group of protesters in removing the Columbus statue — one of multiple monuments to the colonizer that has been defaced or brought down this week.