The Disney Channel show follows Luz Noceda, a 14-year-old Dominican-American girl who stumbles into an alternate world where she battles witches and demons and other forces of evil.
The Tesuque Pueblo tribe of New Mexico has launched Camel Rock Studios, which lays claim as the first movie studio owned by a Native American tribe in the history of Hollywood.
Universal access means all public schools provide some form of arts education and every student has the opportunity to participate in arts education programs as part of the regular school day.
The New York City Mayor’s Office is addressing the underrepresentation of women in music by opening up $500,000 worth of grants to local female-identifying musicians.
The Salem Red Sox, the organization’s Class A affiliate, announced that their booth will feature professional baseball’s first all-female broadcast team this season. Melanie Newman and Suzie Cool will debut together on April 23.
DC’s long-awaited standalone female superhero flick starring Gal Gadot as the iconic Amazonian warrior is one of the most successful and progressive movies in the genre.
Girl with Balloon is a 2002-started London series of stencil murals by the graffiti artist Banksy. A 2017 Samsung poll ranked Girl with Balloon as the United Kingdom’s number one favorite artwork.
Since its debut, 640 episodes of The Simpsons have been broadcast. It is the longest-running American sitcom, and the longest-running American scripted primetime television series in terms of seasons and number of episodes.
The Uruguayan author’s famous work has been described as “the most powerful literary indictment of colonialism in the Americas.”
The critically acclaimed album sold more than 100 million copies worldwide, won a record-breaking eight Grammy Awards and broke down racial barriers on radio and television networks like MTV.