Author: Kehinde Thurman

I have one job. To write us to, and through, the revolution. And while I’m able to serve in a few other capacities, my primary role has always been clear to me. These days I’m failing miserably. Because Black folks are dying and I just...

If I mention The Color Purple and you don't know what I'm talking about, I question everything about you. Like your very existence. Alice's Walker's seminal text, The Color Purple is like playing spades and the electric slide— if you show up at the Black family reunion, you better...