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Whitney Museum Cancels Exhibition After Criticism For Exploiting Black...

The museum purchased work "outside of the art buying context" and without compensating the artists, according to some whose work the Whitney acquired.

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Are Looters Undermining The Movement — Or Creating It?

Vicky Osterweil's "In Defense of Looting" makes the case that looting isn't a betrayal of protests for Black lives, but a vital aspect of the movement.

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Elena Ferrante's New Novel Captures The Disillusionment Of Female Adolescence

In "The Lying Life of Adults," a teenage girl goes searching for someone to believe in.

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Netflix's 'The Duchess' Takes The Bad Mom Sitcom To The Extreme

Katherine Ryan's new comedy depicts the single mom as an anti-heroine, with mixed success.

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Then & Now

Photographers returned to scenes they photographed before 2020. This multimedia project highlights contrasting images, reminding us of a way of life that once was.

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J.K. Rowling And The Necessity Of Critiquing Transphobic Tropes

A controversial character in the author's new book may be minor, but what the character represents deserves to be called out, challenged and unpacked.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Was More Than A Political Icon

The Supreme Court justice had an indelible impact on the culture at large. Now, what will we do with her legacy?

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In Her New Novel, Marilynne Robinson Puts Segregation Center Stage

"Jack" is a romance between a lost soul and the woman who offers him a chance at redemption — if only the unforgiving eyes of the world could accept their love.

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Kayla Reefer Won't Be Defined By Just One Artistic Genre

The Black & Latina artist contains multitudes. She sat down with HuffPost to talk about her work as a photographer, cinematographer, and clothing designer.

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Competitive Debaters Are Ready For Their ‘Me Too’ Moment

HuffPost spoke to nearly a dozen former elite high school debaters who described a culture of misogyny, racism and sexual abuse — and are demanding change.

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Rocío Cintrón Brings Beloved Characters To Life As A Toy Designer

While working for Disney, the artist has helped design and develop toys for Minnie Mouse, Sofia the First, and others.

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'Emily in Paris' Is As Boring and Basic As a Sponsored Instagram Story

Netflix’s new series aims for cosmopolitan fantasy but doesn’t quite hit the mark.

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Reading Rumaan Alam's Apocalypse Novel At The End Of The World

In "Leave the World Behind," a family on vacation tries to ignore the catastrophe unfolding outside their cozy retreat.

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'The Bachelor' Has A Race — And Racism — Problem

HuffPost spoke to 12 former Bachelor contestants about tokenization, racist backlash and where the franchise can go from here.

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A Live Q&A With Groundbreaking Latinx Artists

Join us on Instagram as we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month with two talented visual creators.

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Our Fictional President

Donald Trump, as bizarre and unpredictable as a satirical president, ushered us into a world where novels can't outstrip the weirdness of reality.

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Charles Dance On 'The Crown,' 'Game Of Thrones' And Aging In Hollywood

The actor, widely known for his role as Tywin Lannister, has a string of projects sure to impress this season, including "Mank."

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This Year’s Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Is Exactly What You’d Expect...

“Charlie Brown: I have the saddest Christmas Tree. Rockefeller Center: Hold my beer," one Twitter user joked.

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Barack Obama's Memoir 'A Promised Land' Is Good, But Not Good Enough

The former president's hotly anticipated book is packed with detail, thoughtfully written, and an unsatisfying defense of his early presidency.

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