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15 Women Making It Happen In The Media
15 Women Making it Happen in the Media

By Elizabeth Alvarado   When it comes to the type of media we consume, i.e.,…

A VIRTUAL RENAISSANCE: How hip-hop legend D-Nice stole the summer
A VIRTUAL RENAISSANCE: How hip-hop legend D-Nice stole the summer

By Joshua McCoy   D-Nice was the sole entertainment on the Emmys main stage, but…

The Impact of Black Women Who Are TV Leads
The Impact of Black Women Who Are TV Leads

By: Corinne Dorsey   Statements of love and stories of nostalgia flooded social media after…

Netflix Inclusion In Action Case Study
Netflix Inclusion In Action Case Study

By Siona Peterous   If you’re a Black or brown person who works in any…

Black is King Connects the African Diaspora Through the Arts

By Alicia A. Wallace   On July 31, 2020,  Beyoncé debuted Black is King, an…

How “The Light Leaks” is Diversifying the Future of Film

By Celina Jimenez For a budding filmmaker trying to make their mark on the world,…

Fenty Empire Breaking the Mold with Intentional Diversity

By Alicia A. Wallace   Rihanna has become a cultural icon right before our eyes.…

Verzuz: A Case In Community Building

In March 2020, as the world adjusted to lockdowns, curfews, quarantines, and social distancing, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland found a way to bring people together for music, competition, and laughter.

Dwyane Wade + Terry Crews: A Lesson In Allyship

When you look up the word ally in the dictionary, there are multiple definitions and suggestions on how to practice it in the right way. For some, the word allyship is something that is proactive, ongoing and rooted in the process of unlearning toxic systems that are harmful to those who are marginalized and oppressed.

Queer Media Spotlight: Autostraddle

In 2012, Autostraddle launched a major fundraising campaign, and by 2014 we were able to pay our writers. Now, with a full-time and salaried staff, we’ve managed to survive during a tumultuous era in media as many outlets have come and gone