The "Just Mercy" star partnered with Amazon to make sure your movie date night will not go down in flames.
"I don't care what they feel," she said of the movement's cancel culture.
"I was engaging in an act of erasure of Black people,” said Slate, who wants her role to be recast with a Black actor.
Writer Sil Lai Abrams called out the streaming service and network over giving him a platform.
“i’m alive and i’m grateful,” he tweeted.
The comedian was working his way through a comedy set when he suddenly collapsed.
Despite his name being absent from the song fans think the single is a clapback at J. Cole.
"I wasn't OK with it. Even as I sat there, I was very uncomfortable," he added.
The screenplay was penned by "This Is Us" writer Kay Oyegun.
“To say that she’s an abusive figure is an understatement,” a former ABC News employee reportedly said.
"I literally could’ve been George Floyd," he said.
“With every death of a Black person at the hands of the police, there are two real tragedies: the death itself, and the inaction and delays that follow it,” she wrote.
“It tackles the harsh realities of slavery and White supremacy while also offering inspiration and vindication through the story of Alice’s journey," said Palmer.
"Everyone needs to feel heard and be validated,” said Ware.
“He has been a true ambassador inspiring youth through the power of music," said the non-profit's founder.
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star said she was literally "smacked in the face with racism."