In this critical moment of race relations in America, a sustainable black-white allyship in favour of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement is already slipping away, as tracked by national polling data.
When you see images of French daily life or French people in magazines, films, or other media, what do you see? Usually, it’s white people, with perhaps a few visibly non-white people depicted. But this is odd for multiple reasons.
In 2019, Musée d’Orsay held an exhibition on Black Models, and the National Museum of the History of Immigration held a year-long exhibition on the musical contribution of migration to Paris and London.