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Another Award Show Is Becoming More Inclusive Toward Nonbinary Performers

The Film Independent Spirit Awards is one of the largest Hollywood award bodies to shift to gender-neutral acting categories.

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'Avatar: The Last Airbender' Helped Me Let Go Of The Rage That Once Fueled Me

Zuko, the fire-throwing cartoon prince, resonated so deeply with me as a kid.

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'Mike' Has A Black Woman Problem

The Hulu series isn’t issue-ridden because of Mike Tyson's claims, but because it doesn’t extend the same compassion to its female characters as it does to him.

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Podcast Recommendations For Every Part Of Your Day

No matter when or where you like to listen to podcasts, you can find the perfect one on this list.

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All The Beef Surrounding Olivia Wilde, Florence Pugh And Harry Styles On...

From a purported feud between Pugh and Wilde to Shia LaBeouf's departure, the film has generated a dizzying amount of drama — all before it hits the big screen.

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Lisa Loeb Paved Her Own Way In The '90s — A Rare Feat For Independent...

The ‘Stay (I Missed You)’ artist reflects on pushing against a culture where female singer-songwriters were expected to fit a certain mold to make it big.

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Not Watching Serena Williams? You're Missing The Most Thrilling Show On...

Who needs "House of the Dragon" or "The Rings of Power" when you can watch the most suspenseful TV saga live in prime time?

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TikToker Drew Afualo Knows Exactly How To Silence Misogynistic Bullies

The 26-year-old content creator speaks about her journey from the NFL to TikTok, combating misogyny online, and amplifying her Samoan culture and heritage.

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Behind The Scenes Of 'No Place Like Home,' A Short Film Made Almost Entirely...

Incarcerated residents at Everglades Correctional Institution wrote, directed, acted and produced the movie as part of a degree program at Miami Dade College.

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'The Woman King' Immortalizes Black Female Warriors On Screen

Director Gina Prince-Bythewood has a long history of deconstructing the way Black femininity is portrayed on screen — and her latest film is no exception.

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'Sidney' Tackles The Not-So-Comfortable Conversations About A Black Cinema...

It’s not about sensationalizing or even tarnishing the reputation of Sidney Poitier. Rather, the new documentary honors his humanity — every facet of it.

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How Ani Liu Is Brilliantly Disguising Her Art As Science

The research-based artist has found dynamic ways to confront conversations about female empowerment, motherhood and labor in her artwork.

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'Hazing' Grapples With Multiple Complex Truths Around The Harmful Tactic

“I wanted to take this issue outside of the confines of Greek life, and I wanted to show the scope of it,” said filmmaker Byron Hurt.

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After Decades In The Game, Legends Sheryl Lee Ralph And Jennifer Coolidge...

And it’s about damn time.

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Please, For The Love Of God, Stop Playing Off Winners At Award Shows

Some winners – like first-time Emmy winner Jennifer Coolidge – have waited years for this moment. Let them give the speeches they deserve to give.

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The 'Abbott Elementary' Loss Is Sadly Right In Line With Emmy History

But it doesn’t sting any less.

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What The Return Of Afropunk Meant To Black And Queer People

The two-day festival returned to Brooklyn for another year of celebration, community and unapologetic Black expression.

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WNBA Star DiDi Richards Makes Fashion Week Debut With Dur Doux

The mother-daughter label is tapping into the overlooked potential of female basketball stars as a force in fashion.

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Sheryl Lee Ralph Addresses Jimmy Kimmel Emmys Bit: ‘The Disrespect!’

The “Abbott Elementary” star had a message for Kimmel after he crashed Quinta Brunson’s acceptance speech.

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Fresh Off Its Emmy Wins, 'Abbott Elementary' Is Ready For An A+ Season 2

The ABC sitcom’s cast, led by creator and showrunner Quinta Brunson, previewed the highly anticipated new season.

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Meet Alex Aster, The TikToker Changing The Publishing Industry For The Better

The Colombian-American author's new book "Lightlark" was rejected numerous times — until she went directly to her readers for support.

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‘Glass Onion’ And ‘The Menu’ Might Punish The Rich — But They’re Profoundly...

Both films float around themes of class and corrupted wealth, but ultimately say very little about either thing.

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New York Fashion Week: How Black Designers Stole The Show

Fe Noel, Sergio Hudson and Jason Rembert were the highlights of New York Fashion Week 2022. Here's how their designs owned the runway.

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'The Silent Twins' Aims To Unravel The True Story Of June And Jennifer Gibbons

In the film, Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrance humanize the lives of two young Black women who were wrongly committed to a mental hospital.

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New York Fashion Week: Inside The Black In Fashion Council's Latest Showroom

The collective gave 10 Black designers an opportunity to showcase their work, including brands like Izayla and Harbison Studio.

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John Boyega Only Dates Black Women. Get Over It.

His comments on dating are actually refreshing, to say the least.

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How The 'George Lopez' Show Brilliantly Captured Family Life

For many Latinx viewers, the ABC sitcom was the first time they were able to laugh at jokes that truly resonated with their experiences.

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'Reboot' Is A Clever And Not Too Navel-Gazey Look Inside TV Reboots

Starring Keegan-Michael Key, Judy Greer and Johnny Knoxville, the Hulu show follows the revival of a fictional early 2000s sitcom.

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'RHOBH' Star Sheree Zampino Dishes On All Her Bravo Cast Mates

The newest addition to "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" opened up about who's most fashionable on the show and who she'd trust the least with a secret.

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'Thai Cave Rescue' Is The Most Important Retelling Of The Saga Yet

For co-showrunner Dana Ledoux Miller, creating a series based on the 2018 Thai cave rescue meant centering those who were most affected: the 12 boys, their families and their coach.

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'Don't Worry Darling' Has Much Bigger Problems Than Off-Screen Drama

Despite Florence Pugh's best efforts, director Olivia Wilde’s film has white feminist vibes, an awkward performance by Harry Styles, and a third act that goes off the rails.

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How A New Documentary Captures The Complexity Of Being A Child Of Immigrants

In "Mija," director Isabel Castro combined music documentaries with the style of "Euphoria" and "Clueless" to tell a more nuanced immigration story.

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