"Blacks Rule" Is a Magazine by and for Black People
Now in its third issue, the brainchild of Malcolm-Aimé Musoni is a celebration of Blackness.
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Greetings Loved Ones, Let Me Take You on a Tie-Dyed Journey
The Psychedelic Bazaar aesthetic of Online Ceramics, Come Tees, and Joe Biden's recent merch drop feels both hauntingly '90s and hauntingly evocative of These Current Times.
The Garish Carnival of Jean Paul Gaultier and Antoine de Caunes' "Eurotrash"
Welcome to your new YouTube hole!
The Unplug Collective's Digital Healing Circle
Helmed by Amanda Taylor, the collective is a space for Black women and gender expansive people to share their stories.
How to DIY Your Community
Mutual-aid secondhand sales and donation drives are popping up across Brooklyn (and the internet)—and in raising money for the community, a community comes together.
Jheyda McGarrell Is Taking the Future Into Their Own Hands
The Art Hoe Collective curator is behind the Black Image Center, which aims to make photography accessible to Black communities in Los Angeles.
On André 3000’s Jumpsuits and the Shortness of Memory
OK, when do we hand over the cure and stop playing?
Printed Matter's Anti-Racist Zine Archive
A primer on the collection of free zines, flyers, and posters offered by the New York-based artist's book distribution.
Larry Kramer and the Comfort of Being Mad
The author and activist passed away this week at age 84.
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Sitting In a Room Watching People Sitting In Other Rooms
What Netflix's "The Circle" and "Love is Blind" have in common with a 1969 work by an experimental composer.
Deconstructing Director Paul Schrader's Love for Taylor Swift
Allow us to get playfully unhinged!
Wanted: Anonymous Selfies
Behold @wrongeye4ever, the anti-instagram account that’s getting turned into a book.