Opinion

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…

Malcolm X

How Would Black America Vote Today if Malcolm X Were Alive?

They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again…

Sex, Religion, and Coming of Age in a Postmodern Society

Written by: Khalisa Rae and Zora Satchell   For many Brown girls who grew up…

Kamala Harris

To Kamala Harris and the Horse She Rode In On: Let Your Words Speak for You

Written by: Peggy Brooks Bertram, Dr.P.H., Ph.D. For two months now I have been fielding…

Tahani Al-Jamil

Tahani Al-Jamil from ‘The Good Place’: A Revolutionary Brown Woman on TV — Here’s Why

Written by Rosh De Tahani Al-Jamil is a motherforking badass. She rules this shirt. If…

Bridesmaids Magnolia

When Good Cops are Still Bad Apples: The Unlikely Cases of ‘Magnolia’ and ‘Bridesmaids’

In the wake of George Floyd’s murder at the hands of racist cops, the calls…

Chadwick Boseman

Saying Farewell to the King: Remembering Chadwick Boseman

It is with heavy hearts that the world has said farewell to the iconic king,…

Pacific Heights

30 Years Later, the Rental Anti-Blackness in ‘Pacific Heights’ Remains a Troubling Social Problem

As the social side-effects of COVID19 include mass evictions and an updated knowledge that landlords…

Netflix’s ‘#black AF’ Polarized Black People — Because of Slavery

Written by: Nieema Williams Created and executive produced by Kenya Barris, #black AF, an original…