Visual artist Curtis Santiago, on his theory of ancestral joy, the necessity of preserving stories, and what he cares to leave behind
Oscar winning filmmaker, TJ Martin, recalls searching for evidence of his mother’s full and known existence beyond the conjecture, beyond the designation: Tina Bell, Queen of Grunge
Raised in Madrid, Spain, Citizen fashion director Juanjose Mouko Nsue translates the power and the silhouette of the matador de toro into a present-day sort of cool.
Writer Michael R. Jackson and Citizen senior editor Kevin Quinn question our current use of language and discuss the need for precision in art and contemporary discourse.
For Issue 003, we capture the 21st-century confluence of many joining together to make a singular tapestry, the thoughts of those bringing forth new threads and the look of it all.
Writer and director Cord Jefferson in conversation with writer Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah
In that odd purgatory between the election and election results, two women, meet for the first time to discuss America, sex work, writing, and more—finding what they share and what they know.
Taylour Paige-Angulo is at the beginning of something remarkable
In partnership with Nike Women, Alek Wek and a team of Black female creatives put forward a new perspective on beauty, sensuality, and softness.