“Of course they’re afraid to be honest,” Stephen Colbert said. “No matter what you say to a psychotic boss, you lose.”
“The Trayvon Generation” traces the influences of racism and violence on American culture today.
Novels from Jennifer Egan and Emily St. John Mandel, poetry by Ocean Vuong and nonfiction from Elizabeth Alexander. Plus: Did jealousy conceal the true inventor of the motion picture?
Two journalists dive into George Floyd’s life and family; Viola Davis reflects on her career; a historian explores the brutal underpinnings of the British Empire; and more.
Creative professionals can receive $5,000 grants through the end of the year, thanks to additional funding by the Mellon Foundation and others.
The writer reflects on her seminal Rodney King essay, the George Floyd killing and how the videos of police brutality exacerbate black grief.
Ficre Ghebreyesus had no art gallery representation during his lifetime. Now his widow is working with Galerie Lelong in New York to show the work that summed up his search for identity.