There’s no official inaugural poem this year, so here are 14 that describe America as it is and as it could be.
From The Walking Dead to Tiny House fever.
From Blac Chyna’s rise to the end of Brangelina.
Our picks for the best in black entertainment this year.
The Daily Show host and biracial South African comic’s recent comments suggest a profound misunderstanding of the way racism works in America.
In Netflix’s latest Marvel adaptation, it’s not the titular hero but the women in his world who transcend the tropes of the genre. (Lots of spoilers.)
“Get ready for anything.”
Black women have always been integral to comedy — from Moms Mabley to Whoopi – and have set the stage for stars like Leslie Jones, Jessica Williams, and Issa Rae. So why must black women in comedy still fight for recognition?
“Where does it hurt? Everywhere. Everywhere. Everywhere.”
As justice for black lives appears nonexistent, the Chicago artist’s exuberant faith has never been more liberating — or necessary.
With the rise of #squads, complex relationships between twentysomething women are finally having a pop-culture moment.
Until they deal with the sexism in their music, Kanye and Kendrick will never be as innovative as they think they are.
It’s impossible to explain what having a twin is like to someone who asks, but I am going to try.