Ta-Nehisi Coates, Sonia Sanchez and Toni Morrison Talk Dangers of Art
The three acclaimed writers sat down for a public conversation at New York City’s Ambassador Theatre.
Shonda Rhimes Says Writing Saved Her Life
While accepting an LGBTQ organization’s award, Rhimes reveals how she dreamed up Shondaland–“a safe space”–as a little girl.
Here's What Zora Neale Hurston Wrote in 1928 About Being 'Colored'
It’s a fitting way to remember what the late author added to America’s dialogue on race.
Here's a List of What Junot Díaz Wants You to Read
Salon tracked down his class syllabus.
Lack of Diversity is Only a Symptom
Daniel José Older’s powerful essay calls out the publishing industry’s institutional racism.