On ARRAY’s 10th Anniversary, Ava DuVernay Reflects On A Decade of Disruption & Her Own Unconscious Bias
“It takes a lifetime to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes,” DuVernay says.
This Year's "Black" Carpet Included Niecy Nash, Taraji P. Henson, Robin Thede and More!
Co-created and executive produced by Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick, the limited series follows Kaepernick’s experience as the Black adopted child of a white family.
The anthology series created and produced by Ava DuVernay chronicles the relationship of one couple, with each episode spanning a single day.
The award-winning are production company will provide funds to an up-and-coming filmmaker.
The director assists efforts to improve mental health in California schools through learning companions for her work.
The director and activist gives her "two cents" about the Golden Globes organization's lack of diversity
The executive producer set a new precedent when she put women directors at the helm of each episode, and that commitment to inclusion continues to open doors
The congresswoman loves her signature red lip, but she credits something else as the ultimate beauty confidence booster.
The Massachusetts Democratic representative is unapologetic about showing up as her authentic self.
“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.