Amplifying Black Voices

‘We’re Not Showcasing Black Girls’: Grace Mahary On Racism In Modeling

“The heaviness can be a lot to carry."

By Mekita Rivas
TV & Movies

'All Stars' 5 Winner Shea Couleé Breaks Down Her 5 Most Iconic 'Drag Race' Looks

From her "love the skin you're in" bodysuit to her favorite look of all time.

By Kayla Blanton

These Timely James Baldwin Quotes Could Have Been Written Yesterday

Gone, but not forgotten, the author of 'Giovanni's Room' and 'The Fire Next Time' still has plenty to teach us in 2020.

By K.W. Colyard

44 Black-Owned Businesses To Support In The UK

Time to put coins in purses.

By L'Oréal Blackett
TV & Movies

The Powerful Nuances Of Michaela Coel

How the 'I May Destroy You' creator tackled everything from consent to power to race to create the show of the summer.

By Amanda Whiting

Black Girls In Fashion Founder Debora Tonet On Making Magic By Challenging The Norm

After struggling to find fellow Black women in fashion, Tonet wanted to celebrate and uplift the industry's "silent muses."

By Niellah Arboine
TV & Movies

'P-Valley' Creator Katori Hall Wrote A Stripper Story From The Female Gaze

Her new Starz show is a look at the lives of strippers in Mississippi's Dirty Delta.

By Ivana Rihter

Meet The Black Creators Behind The 'I Can’t Breathe' Merch You See At Protests

"[The phrase] resonates because we have all felt the suffocating foot of oppression.”

By Mekita Rivas

'The Hate U Give' Author Angie Thomas' Readers Are Ready To Fight For Racial Equality

The young adult novel came out in 2017 — and it's been educating teens about the Black Lives Matter movement ever since.

By Samantha Leach
TV & Movies

NYT’s “1619 Project” Is Heading To TV & Film With Some Help From Oprah Winfrey

The "1619 Project" is being adapted into TV, film, and documentary content.

By Jessica Wang