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Chicago singer and poet Jamila Woods follows up 2019’s “LEGACY! LEGACY!” with a single dedicated to Toni Morrison and her 1973 novel “Sula.”

In her new poetry book, Chicagoan, author and activist Pam Johnson Davis brings us along her journey of love, laughter, loss, and learning.

For National Poetry Month, Chicago International Film Festival will host a virtual panel with the filmmakers and stars of the 2010 film Louder Than A Bomb.

Executive Director Beth Sampson, and Poet in Residence Frankeim Mitchell, talk about “No Love for Love” Valentines fundraiser …

The independent artist started a book club with the intention of promoting works by authors of color; now she’s encouraging community engagement, too.

The “Escape from Babylon” saga continues with Vol. 4 from Chicago’s dynamic Hip Hop crew.

We spoke with the multi-media artist, and soon to be film director, about the Afrofuturist cyber punk journey he’s taking us on

Poets Ari Appleberry, Kennedy Harris and Jerome Kelly share their poems with Vocalo…

The co-founder of Very Smart Brothas reflect on the angst and the absurdities of life as a Black man in modern-day America.

Reclaimed Soul’s Ayana Contreras sat down with Helado Negro to discuss his latest album, This Is How You Smile, as well as some of the surprising themes behind it.