Analyzing Race and Gender Bias Amid All the News That’s Fit to Print
“Ms. Bell, 34, a Chicago native, is an African-American artist straddling two worlds dominated by white men: media and art. Though there are writers and journalists who applaud her analytical approach to deconstructing news, Ms. Bell noted, there are people in the arts who are more cautious.”
Front and Center: Celebrating Black Comics and Their Creators
This New York Times article about the Black Comic Book Festival features a brief interview with one of the festival’s founders and references the documentary film, White Scripts and Black Supermen: Black Masculinities in Comic Books.
Queer Muslim Artists Are Beyond A “Movement”
A queer Islam “movement” has been happening for decades—the art establishment seems to be just catching on.