Opinion

‘Mare of Easttown’ Continues Media Obsession with Dead and Missing White Women (and Humanizing Bad Cops)

Is it a bird? A plane? Laura Palmer wrapped in plastic? No, it’s 16-year-old Erin…

Black Women and Native Sovereignty in ‘Rutherford Falls’

Written by: Pilar Jefferson Spoiler Alert: Minor spoilers for the first season of Rutherford Falls …

‘Two Distant Strangers’ Explores the What-Ifs of Racial Inequality

Written by: Stacey Yvonne  Two Distant Strangers is an Oscar-nominated short film written by former…

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Returning to ‘Girlfriends’ with an Adult Lens Forced me to Reevaluate Black Representation in Media

Written by: Shae De Pass As a kid I watched Girlfriends religiously. When I look…

Netflix’s ‘Grand Army’ Takes on Conversations of Consent and Fake Allyship

Last year, shows like I May Destroy You by Micheala Coel pushed the envelope when…

The ‘Sex and the City’ Reboot Needs an Authentic Black Woman or It Doesn’t Need to Happen at All

It’s time to grab the girls, because Sex and the City, created by Darren Star…

Why Nicole Beharie’s ‘Miss Juneteenth’ Performance Shouldn’t Be Ignored This Awards Season

This past year and present have some hefty performances underway from talented Black actresses. Viola…

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Creating Gay Latino Animated Superhero Leads Still Seems to Be Hollywood’s Kryptonite

It’s the end of 2020 headed to 2021, so why do we still not have…

How I Saw Myself As A Black Woman Watching Hispanic/Latinx Families on TV

Diversity and representation are hot topics that have been circulating for a few years now.…

On Its 40th Birthday, ‘Friday the 13th’ Warns of the Dangers of Unresolved Trauma

In the movie that started the slasher horror craze of the 1980s, Friday the 13th…