Niela Orr explores Charles "Teenie" Harris's double exposure of Nina Simone, one of the more arresting images the photographer captured during his decades long career.
Teenie Harris’s photographs of the democratic process defined much of his 40-year career as a photojournalist at the Pittsburgh Courier.
Charlene Foggie-Barnett of the Teenie Harris Archive reflects on the passing of Bill Nunn III.
J. Malls explores the little-known work of artist and Pittsburgh native Mozelle Thompson.
How August Wilson and Teenie Harris brought young people and the everyday working man together with the great artists of the day.
Erika Beras examines how discriminatory loan practices acted as a roadblock to car ownership in Pittsburgh's black neighborhoods.
Ra Washington revisits the significance of the Cadillac in his own life, while considering the importance of the car in the black community at large.
Teenie Harris’s love of cars was visible in many of his photographs. In this video, his children remember their father's connection to the automobile.
How the automobile became a symbol of middle-class freedom in the African American community, while also foreshadowing a troubled future.
How discrimination led to the founding of Owl Cab in Pittsburgh's historic Hill District neighborhood.