‘The ghetto is the gallery’ – Black Power and the Artists Who Captured the Soul of the Struggle

What part did black artists play in America’s civil rights struggle? They reinvented Superman and took a seven-mile artwork through Harlem. As this exhibit tackles this tumultuous era with Soul of a Nation, we meet the show’s star attractions

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US Jobs Report Shows Sharp Recovery in June But Wage Growth Remains Slow

Economy adds 222,000 jobs, beating estimates by a healthy margin. Unemployment rate rises slightly to 4.4% and wages grow only marginally. The unemployment rate for African Americans is 7.1%, down from 7.5% in May 2017

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The Final Bar? How Gentrification Threatens America’s Music Cities

Austin, Nashville and New Orleans have thrived on the success of vibrant music scenes. But as rents rise and noise complaints become more common, do they risk ruining what made them famous in the first place?

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