Our new special issue takes on the out-of-control consolidation that is squeezing out independent voices and controlling what we read.
December 25, 2023/January 1, 2024, Issue
How the attention-starved CEO took over our communications infrastructure.
Once upon a time, six companies controlled the media in this country. That, it turns out, was the good old days…
We always suspected that whatever magazines and newspapers for white folks weren’t telling us, Black newspapers and magazines would.
A plan to build back better.
How to throw off the corporate shackles and launch an independent news outlet.
Books & the Arts
Though it responds to a justified distrust of the medical establishment among women, it also subtly partakes of an insidious mythology.
In Ordinary Notes, Sharpe considers Black culture “in all of its shade and depth and glow.”