Iris Hall as Eve Mason in “The Symbol of the Unconquered” (1920). USA. Directed by Oscar Micheaux | Courtesy of the California African American Museum
In the first half of the 20th century, black women were largely relegated to playing mammy and jezebel roles. A new exhibition reveals how as early as 100 years ago, independent black filmmakers presented complex portrayals of women of color.
Forgotten Black Women of Early Hollywood are Saved from Obscurity in New Exhibition
A joint project by two Wilmington schools resulted in the digital archiving of surviving copies of black-owned paper Wilmington Daily Record.
Students help preserve copies of the Wilmington Record, burned by whites in 1898
Black Publishers Push for Report on Federal Ad Spending | BlackPressUSA
The Government Accountability Office will study the amount of federal advertising spending that goes to Black- and Hispanic-owned media companies starting in August 2017.
Black Publishers Push for Report on Federal Ad Spending