Even If You’re Broke, You Can Support Black Lives Matter Financially This Way

Zoe Amira created a 56-minute YouTube video which—if you play it with advertisements and volume on—will result in 100% of advertising revenue being donated to Black Lives Matter and associated bail funds. The video’s content is spliced together spoken-word, poetry, art and music by Black artists and is worth viewing, but we implore readers to then play it over and over each day, even if …

Programming Highlights for We Are One: A Global Film Festival

Tribeca Enterprises + YouTube's historic cinematic event of free feature films, shorts, animated movies and VR

For anyone who’s ever dreamed of a settling into a talk at Sundance or strolling the Croisette to a screening at Cannes, We Are One: A Global Film Festival presents 10 days of free programming curated by the likes of those marquee events, as well as the Venice, Toronto and Berlin Film Festivals, and even the beloved Annecy International Animated Film Festival. Altogether, 21 of …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Jazz history, black holes explained, whimsical virtual exhibitions and discoveries from ancient ruins

10 Pioneering Women Who Helped Shape Jazz “These jazz women were pioneers, and huge proponents in disseminating jazz and making it a global art form,” Hannah Grantham (musicologist at the National Museum of African American History and Culture) tells The New York Times, whose list of 10 overlooked women through the genre’s history includes pianist Lovie Austin, trumpeter Valaida Snow and violinist Ginger Smock. Though …