Opinion

This Is Us

Examining Black Mental Health in ‘This is Us’: Meaningful Representation or Disingenuous Exaggeration?

When I saw the first trailer for NBC’s hit family show This is Us, directed…

Steven Universe

It’s Over, Isn’t It?: Saying Farewell to ‘Steven Universe’ with Eternal Love

Emotions are running high as fans bid farewell to the absolutely phenomenal show Steven Universe…

The New Mutants

‘The New Mutants’: The First Marvel Horror Movie and the Terror of a Mutantless Disney MCU

Written By: Danielle Broadway Ready or not, The New Mutants is the new Marvel horror…

Incarcerated Black Women

The Representation of Incarcerated Black Women

We’re well aware of the many stereotypes Black women actors are cast in: domestic workers,…

Imitation Of Life

Reflecting on the Film ‘Imitation of Life’ During Women’s History Month

The story in the film Imitation of Life (1934) was ahead of its time. It…

Black Body

A Letter to the Black Body

Reposted with permission by: Yasmeen Ludy I’ve always wondered if a woman’s Blackness will be…

Color of Film

The Color of Children’s Films

Written By: Kia Braganza Social media. A space where like-minded people can come to share…

Bernie Bro

My name is Tess, and I am a Bernie Bro.

Written by: Tess Raser@traser03 Sure, I’m a Black woman, but I am completely dedicated to…

Whitewashed History

Other Moments in Whitewashed History: Five Additional Erasures of Black Excellence

A gentleman and a scholar by the name of Dick Gregory once said, “When you’ve…

The Sixth Sense

On its 21st Birthday, ‘The Sixth Sense’ Reminds Us of the Competence of Children

This year 16-year-old environmental activist Greta Thunberg became the youngest Person of the Year in…