Anya Taylor-Joy, who’s featured in the movie “Amsterdam” that premiered this past weekend, made a breakthrough as she found her…
Aside from being one of the richest countries in the world in terms of flora and fauna, Australia is also known for delivering impeccable talent to the world.
Culturs Founder Doni Aldine talks to Elizabeth Ruiz reporting for ABC 7News on Changing the narrative about people of color in mainstream media.
YOU ARE NOT THE PRODUCT The saying, which has evolved over time, goes something like this – if you are…
By: Brook Farley During the 72nd Emmy Awards, Actor Mark Ruffalo won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a…
Lilly Singh’s new late-night talk show advocates for representation in a white, male-dominated space.
On May 6, screenwriter Scott Meyers tweeted an article from “The Hollywood Reporter,” entitled “Was Sundance the ‘First Petri Dish’ of Coronavirus in the States?” A few days after attending Sundance Film Festival this year, I woke up one morning thinking I was having a heart attack. Massive pain in my chest. Hard to breathe. Went to the emergency room. Not heart related, something with my lungs. Maybe coronavirus?
Played by Damon Wayans, Jr., Coach shared an important piece of information about his life growing up with the audience: He was a military brat. And because of this, he’d developed a packing style he referred to as a “clean break.”
The 71st Emmy Awards failed entertainers with visible diversity once again when they awarded only three major awards to people of color.
Emmy nominees Laverne Cox and Patricia Arquette speak out about the Title VII U.S. Supreme Court case happening on October 8th, 2019.