“Understand, Understand, understand the concept. The concept of love.”
Janet Damita Jo Jackson is a supernova who undoubtedly changed the American musical landscape in the 1980s. A reflection of her time, she was the prototype of American female pop stars. Everyone, from Britney Spears to Aaliyah to Ciara. Often overshadowed by her brother’s talent, Janet is a force in her own right. She has a career… Read More Miss Jackson, If you’re Nasty: The Erasure of Janet Jackson as a Cultural Force
Enjoying our second year at MECCAcon, we got the opportunity to show our work and meet and conduct interviews with some really great people.
Nowadays, it seems like you hear the words “check out my podcast!” at the same frequency we all heard “check out my mixtape” just a few years back. Podcasts have grown in popularity and it seems like everyone has them. And that’s perfectly fine.
I watched two black men get murdered in cold blood these past couple of days by the very people who swore to protect them.
“Challenging and highlighting abusive power dynamics in our culture is my goal; replicating them is not.” —Kara Walker
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s…
“My influences are not only visual, they’re also literary.” —Daphne Arthur