"The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution" drops tomorrow in New York City and will later be screened at film fests around the U.S. Here's a clip from the highly anticipated indie documentary.
The star of the upcoming thriller “The Perfect Guy” is frank in calling out Hollywood’s problems with race.
A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit that pit prison officials against 500+ offenders who had been in solitary confinement for more than a decade.
The movie, starring Will Smith as trailblazing doctor Bennet Omalu, puts the NFL’s problems with severe brain trauma on center stage.
“We do not now, nor have we ever, endorsed or affiliated with the Democratic Party, or with any party.”
Says chair Eugene Craig III, a Republican: “A party that can openly accept Donald Trump has room for Kanye West.”
"Tangerine" tells the story of two trans women of color making a life for themselves on the streets of Hollywood. It's unexpected, complex and in select theaters through September.
The first annual Blackout Festival featured numerous black Hollywood and music stars asking frank questions about the importance of advocacy and disruption to further black creative achievement. Check out important quotes here.
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The independent film about runaway slaves going up to Pennsylvania was picked up by RLJ Entertainment for distribution.
The New Jersey governor and Republican presidential candidate said that if he wins the election, he'll hire FedEx founder to train immigration officials.
The prolific multi-medium artist and educator talks to us about the youth media initiative 2-Cent, his mural work in post-Katrina New Orleans and the double-edged sword of the city's "recovery."
The man still known as Mos Def is, for at least this new song, going back to his old name and old sound.
The song by musician and activist Vita Elizabeth Cleveland reworks Janelle Monaé's protest anthem in honor of black trans people killed.
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