An infrographic helps everyone understand the real problem with the Washington Redskins branding.
Do you believe Chris Dorner is right for what he is doing? Are his actions justified or inexcusable and wrong? Do you think there is some merit to what he believes is injustice and corruption within the LAPD?
It has been announced that Eva Longoria, Chelsea Clinton, singer-songwriter Ben Folds, Star Jones, Angela Bassett and gospel singer Yolanda Adams have been added to the The Presidential Inaugural Committee.
Beyoncé is set to perform the National Anthem at President Barack Obama’s second inauguration later this month. She will be joined by Kelly Clarkson, who will perform “My Country ‘Tis of Thee,” and singer-songwriter James Taylor, who’ll fill the National Mall with “America the Beautiful.”
Anderson Cooper’s talk show will not be returning for a third season. The series, which recently underwent a creative makeover including a name change from just plain ‘Anderson,’ will end its run next summer due to low ratings.
As descendants of African slaves who arrived in Bolivia four centuries ago, Afro-Bolivians have never been recognized as a legitimate ethnic group in their country. ‘We of the Saya (Nosotros los de la Saya)’ is a touching Bolivian feature documentary by Sisa Bueno that seeks to recognize this community.
10 Days of Black Truths infographics aim to dispel unsourced myths about Black men and women in the United States.
Actor and socially/politically conscious emcee Mos Def, now using the stage name Yasiin Bey, recently dropped his own interpretation of Jay-Z and Kanye’s infectiously popular “Niggas In Paris.”
M.I.A.’s “Bad Girls” boasts a feminist mantra backed by an Arab-infused Danja beat that is impossible not to dance to.
Anyone who logs onto Tumblr today will notice that every single photo, tag and word is grayed out. If you panicked a little — that was the intent as they need your help to “protect the internet.”
The graphic is obviously inspired by Kanye West’s television meltdown, “George Bush doesn’t care about black people”, after hurricane Katrina.