We’ll be rolling out a local guide to NYC-based arts, culture, and nightlife events. Stay tuned!
INTRODUCING ‘THE STAY WOKE WEEKLY’!
Our first-ever newsletter delivers Freshphiles content–with a special focus on race and social justice since we gotta ‘stay woke’– straight to your inbox every Thursday. The inaugural issue debuts Thursday, June 2, 2016. Click hereto subscribe.
Freshphiles is a Brooklyn-based digital alt-weekly magazine for those who can rock with both The xx and Xscape, the ratchet and the revolutionary. We aim to be your indie source for commentary on all things fresh in art, culture, race and politics. Plus a local guide for ish to do on the weekend…or weeknight if you’re about that life.
We are also happy to introduce our weekly newsletter, The Stay Woke Weekly. Curated by Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Malaika Jabali, TSWW includes everything you can expect in Freshphiles + a special focus on race and social justice commentary and news. Even if black lives aren’t trending, we still gotta ‘stay woke.’ A new issue delivered straight your inbox every Thursday. Subscribe here, fam.
Thursday, June 23-Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Michael Jackson Was a Business, Man
We close out our series on Black Music Power by remembering Michael Jackson, who died on June 25th 7 years ago. This week’s issue explores the King of Pop’s unprecedented moves in the recording industry and his rarely discussed commitment to empowering other black artists.
Hashtagtivism is cool (for real, we love a good Black Twitter dragging), but do you want to do more? There are organizations around the country working in both policy and advocacy to create systemic change. Here are some doing good work. We will continue to update this list, and if you have recommendations for other organizations hit us up on the form below.
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SUBMIT YOUR WORK
Have a submission that would be perfect for The Stay Woke Weekly? We’re accepting art and articles. Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “More info on submissions” and in the body indicate what type of work (art or article) you’d like to submit.
WHERE WE BEEN
SAMIRA GIBSON EP LISTENING PARTY
BAM DANCE AFRICA
BROOKLYN MUSEUM | FIRST SATURDAYS
1:54 CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART FAIR | ANOKO ARTSY BRUNCH