As a central figure in a bevy of black film classics, Nia’s roles—and real life—trace
Maurice White died in his sleep.
Ryan Murphy has created Half, a foundation that aims to have 50 percent of all director slots on his shows filled by women, people of color, and LGBT members.
GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump has reportedly been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, along with Pope Francis and four others.
Talentless. Ghetto. A gimmick are all labels T-Pain says he’s been given.
In anticipation of Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7th, MINI USA tapped Serena Williams to star in its #DefyLabels campaign.
The Screen Actors Guild recognized Black actors big time for their roles on the small screen during the 2016 SAG Awards.
On Kentucky Avenue shines a red-hot spotlight on a little-known piece of Black history and a famed Atlantic City club that came out of the segregation era.
Coldplay’s “Hymn for the Weekend” video stars Beyonce as a Bollywood actress and features slum children and the band playing Holi.
Ava DuVernay explained why she prefers the word “inclusion” to the word “diversity” while speaking during the Sundance Film Festival.
After jokingly asking #WhoIsStaceyDash, Gabrielle Union seriously addressed the lack of diversity in Hollywood and discussed the need for inclusion.