Paul Wachter has written for The New York Times Magazine, Harper's, and The Atlantic. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
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This NFL star says it’s not about building wealth, but supporting the next generation of artists
The self-described ‘poor girl from the projects’ gets her first career retrospective with works featuring blackface and watermelon
King is one of only three Black female athletic directors at Power 5 schools
His new project about African samurai Yasuke will appear on Netflix this spring
The group connects African American history to the wonders of nature
TV vet Hanelle Culpepper directed the pilot for new series ‘Star Trek: Picard’
His new novel, ‘The Nickel Boys,’ is based on a real reform school notorious for its brutality
The ‘Blacksonian,’ Atlanta’s civil rights center — and a Durham bus station — are all part of his legacy
‘Fish don’t see race,’ says Monroe, one of only two black men competing at the sport’s top level
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