“[Octavia] Butler is one of the futurists who will be honored in the Smithsonian’s expansive ‘Futures’ exhibition, which will mark the Institution’s 175th anniversary and will debut in the Arts and Industries Building late this year.” More about Butler, her career, Afrofuturism and the Futures exhibit at the […]
“Thursday, September 21st, 1939, radio station WJSV in Washington, D.C., recorded their entire broadcast day — from sign on, to sign off.” You can listen at The Internet Archive. (via @SteveSilberman)
3 Black Geeks record actor, comedian and voice actor Phil Lamarr answering questions at Anime USA 2012 in Washington, D.C.
Wired talks to comics artist Daniel Clowes on the eve of an exhibition of his work that travels from California’s Oakland museum, the Museum of Contemporary art in Chicago, the Corcoran Gallery in DC and the Wexner Center for the Arts in Ohio. Wired also has a gallery […]
In an interview with the National Visionary Leadership Project, the late Gordon Parks talks Life Magazine, photography, racism, his hometown and offers advice to young Black people.
The Telegraph watches the skies with 140 years of UFO photographs.