Author: Dionne Ford

Tracey Baptiste countered controversy over Disney's new version of The Little Mermaid in a viral New York Times op-ed, "Mermaids Have Always Been Black."

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"My childhood playground was a part of the rich history of Burlington County, a portal to freedom during slavery."

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Nina Cooke John's Shadow of a Face, slated to be formally unveiled in Newark in March 2023, is an homage to the noted conductor of the Underground Railroad.

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The work of Edward Bowser Jr., which invites comparisons to Frank Lloyd Wright, has been largely overlooked until now.

Seen in: History, Home & Style, Home Design

A 400-year-old Brazilian martial arts discipline is making inroads in New Jersey fitness circles.

Seen in: Jersey Living