The institute has allocated funds to projects about Black motherhood, conversion therapy, and more.
Kahlil Joseph Imagines a News Channel Foregrounded in Black Excellence
With BLKNWS, Joseph combats the racist and one-dimensional gaze of the news media.
The War Over Images in Chile
Reports by the mainstream media and uploads on social media tell vastly different stories of the ongoing protests.
100 Pieces of Tewa Pottery Returned to Their Ancestral Home in the Rio Grande Valley
“I think they’re very eager to return,” said Lonnie Vigil of Nambé Pueblo, “and so are we to have them back.”
The Woman Who Recorded Decades of TV News on 70,000 VHS Tapes
The documentary Recorder explores the life and work of Marion Stokes, who amassed the world’s largest independent TV archive without anyone noticing.