The Journal

7 Ways Parents Can Practice Self-Care During The Pandemic

Tips to help parents survive quarantine and isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.
June 13, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

House of Aama’s Silhouette Collectibles

House of Aama’s Silhouette Collectibles exploring the tradition of silhouettes from antiquity to the Postbellum South.
June 13, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

Where Is Safe?

Over the last week, I have been wrestling with one question over and over again, why am I here? The “here” I’m referring to is the United States of America, a country I moved to a decade ago.
June 4, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

Let’s Dance

The music that is keeping us uplifted and dancing during the age of quarantine.
April 30, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

This Land Is Our Land: A Tribe Called Camp

We're speaking with Ron Frazier, the founder of A Tribe Called Camp, discussing his outdoor lifestyle concept - a movement that encourages Black people to get outside, travel and camp.
April 17, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

COVID-19 Symptom Checker

The World Health Organization has shared the most common symptoms of COVID-19. Assess your risk and check your symptoms.
April 12, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

Prevent The Spread of COVID-19

We can stop the spread of coronavirus and save lives, following these simple tips.
April 12, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

Help The Local And Global Community

Ways to stand in solidarity with local and global communities, by donating, volunteering and doing good.
April 12, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

Get Engaged

Get registered to vote, find out about voter registration and absentee ballot deadlines, and explore resources for contacting your representatives.
April 12, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

AphroChic Introduces #wellathome

AphroChic introduces, #wellathome, our campaign to provide critical resources, information and health expertise to the African American community around the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 12, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

Behind The Lens

For our Spring 2020 issue, we feature exclusive images from photographer Seleen Saleh's new book, Street Culture.
March 17, 2020/by Jeanine Hays

Re-Writing History: Fabiola Jean-Louis

Interdisciplinary artist Fabiola Jean-Louis weaves a narrative that blends past and future, fact and fantasy, afro-futurism and Black girl magic in her photographs and paper sculptures. We sit down with her to discuss her Re-Writing History series.
March 5, 2020/by Jeanine Hays