“Too often we see race and Black stories portrayed through a white lens,” said the quarterback-turned-activist.
"‘How many of these police officers do we never see?’ They disappear, end up leaving town, and show up in another department."
"Members of the Academy called in to the studio and our producers saying, 'How dare they do that?'," said Oyelowo.
Well, it was fun while it lasted.
Judge Manish Shah found that the "When They See Us" depiction of the controversial Reid interrogation technique is protected under the First Amendment.
Linda Fairstein claims she was wrongfully portrayed as the racist mastermind behind the wrongful conviction of the Central Park Five.
Specific details regarding the project, which comes almost one year following his death, are yet to be announced.
Inspired by the winning campaigns of Reps. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Ayanna Pressley and others in 2018, Wilkes wants to spark real change in Maryland’s 5th congressional district.
The director also thanked Beyoncé, Issa Rae and others during her honoree speech at the 2020 Black Women In Hollywood Awards.
The congresswoman has a new look and she’s wearing it on the House floor with pride.
Ava DuVernay, Alfre Woodward, Billy Porter and Issa Rae have also been added to the program, rounding out a star-studded line up of presenters.
Rep. Ayanna Pressley is now living in her truth and exploring the new swag that can come with a new hair journey.
Her newest eyelashes will give you the glam of the woman with an eye of magic.
A tweet by the iconic writer on how he sees diversity when using his Oscar nomination vote has left a bad taste in the mouths of many.
This was a major win for the Netflix docuseries, which has been largely snubbed for most of the awards season.
"It was bulls--t," the actor said in a new interview. "We don't need to talk about something that just didn't happen."
The previous Black Women in Hollywood honoree was recognized for her limited series "When They See Us."
The director was actually relieved she didn't have to "juggle getting into hair, makeup and gown" while thinking about Trump's impending war.
Bloomberg Regains His Memory On Exonerated Five: 'These Men Were In Jail For A Crime They Did Not Commit'
When CBS News reporter Tim Perry asked Bloomberg on Monday if his position had changed since his administration dedicated resources to fighting against the Exonerated Five's civil suit, he responded that he had "no idea."