‘Belle,’ Amma Asante’s extraordinary 18th century period drama will hit digital HD/VOD services on Tuesday, August 12th.
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Enjoy a featurette behind the 1779 oil painting that inspired ‘Belle,’ Amma Asante’s compelling period drama, which premiered in New York City and Los Angeles on May 2nd and will hit more theaters throughout May/June 2014.
ESPN’s Bomani Jones, who brought Donald Sterling’s well-documented racism to light back in 2006, smacks down all of the media frenzy and sudden interest prompted by Sterling’s remarks to his mistress.
So far 15 sponsors have parted ways from the Los Angeles Clippers and the team’s owner Donald Sterling, who has just been suspended indefinitely and fined $2.5 million.
Stars of the latest revival of Lorraine Hansberry’s ‘A Raisin in the Sun,’ Anika Noni Rose and Sophie Okonedo speak on the classic play’s relevance in Elle April 2014.
Dear white people, “whiteface” does not exist. Please stop trying to make it a thing.
American Ballet Theatre’s sole Black ballerina Misty Copeland, whose memoir is out March 4th, is profiled in Teen Vogue’s March 2014 issue.
This February the Smithsonian Channel will premiere ‘Breath of Freedom,’ a documentary on African-American WWII soldiers who experienced being equals for the first time in Germany, and returned home determined to change their own country.
Preceded by over 60 years of racist cartoon depictions of Black people, the 1970s marked an animated revolution that changed the way Black children saw themselves. ‘Funky Turns 40,’ a traveling retrospective exhibit will celebrate this legacy at Harlem’s Schomburg Center starting February 5th.
A White Australian woman gets caught in a social media firestorm for photos from her 21st birthday party where she and friends celebrated “the country and amazing people of Africa” with offensive costumes.
Enjoy the first official trailer for ‘Belle,’ a period drama film based on the trials and tribulations of Dido Elizabeth Belle, a mixed-race girl born into an aristocratic family in 18th century England.
Check out two new clips from Hallmark’s civil rights era ‘The Watsons Go To Birmingham’ starring Anika Noni Rose, David Alan Grier, and Wood Harris.
Are the Trayvon Martins’ and Jordan Davis’ a reboot of an old program used to keep a psychological grip on the Black community?
#Justice4Trayvon is more than Trayvon Martin. This is about Sean Bell, Amadou Diallo, Rekia Boyd, Oscar Grant, Aaron Campbell, Victor Steen, Robbie Tolan, Kendra James, Aiyana Jones, James Jahar Perez, Tarika Wilson, Deandre Brunston, Latasha Harlins, Ousmane Zongo, Orlando Barlow, Kiwane Carrington, Kenneth Harding, Jr, and now Jordan Davis
When it comes to judgements on Trayvon Martin’s “ignorant” friend Rachel Jeantel, Black people seem to be her absolute worst critics.
Totally Biased’s Kamau tackles America’s brave online bigots infuriated by the infamous mixed-race Cheerios commercial.
Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) is keeping the NYPD and its controversial Stop and Frisk policy on trial.
The White Mandigos (Murs, Darryl Jenifer, and Sacha Jenkins SHR) address Black self-hatred in their audacious new music video for “Mandingo Rally.”