Yasmeen Ludy, University of Michigan
Using a Black main cast, the show uses the supernatural themes of H.P. Lovecraft to ask who the real monsters are.
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It’s okay if you missed the play on Broadway — it’s headed for the silver screen next summer.
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While many people are expressing discomfort with presidential candidate Yeezy’s remarks, others are expressing concern for the artist’s psychological state.
The award-winning filmmaker has turned to the medium of paint to honor her culture and familial roots.
Will the real Lady A please stand up? Lady Antebellum renamed themselves to shed racist connotations, but didn’t realize their chosen moniker was taken.
Queen Bey is back with a new visual album that aims to uplift Black culture, but not everyone is excited about it.
Kenny Ortega, the mind behind the hit Disney Channel film series, recently opened up about the sexuality of one of the characters. But why 14 years after the fact?
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Is cancel culture going too far, or are the stakes too high to just let things go?
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