Blacks and Blues is a search engine of photographs that explores the experiences, identities, inequalities and injustices of black life. These photographs echos the messages of pro-blackness and resistance associated with Black Revolutionaries, Black music, Black culture, the spirit that keeps Black people resilient. Blacks and Blues has just two parts. The Blacks section is black-and-white images and portraits that visually portrays our identities, our faces, our culture, who we are as Blacks folk in the African Diaspora. The Blues section serves the same purpose of the Blacks section, but instead it’s assembled of colored images that portray our resilience, our experiences, the everyday blues of Black people figuratively and literally. These photographs suggest that the social, economic, and psychological problems represent large systemic problems in America as a whole. This series is necessary in order to understand a true and accurate experience of being Black.