The former Noisettes frontwoman has fought to come back to herself after navigating a white- and male-dominated music world that never quite understood her or, perhaps more accurately, never cared to.
In the latest installment of "Getting Through...," the activist and writer talks about how being a citizen is to "invest in relationships with others and with ourselves."
Two new books, Lauren Oyler's "Fake Accounts" and Patricia Lockwood's "No One Is Talking About This," try make sense of our lives with social media.
After Chris Harrison's controversial remarks on "Extra," progressive viewers, contestants and recappers say they want accountability not just from the host, but from the franchise as a whole.
In her new memoir, “Assume Nothing,” Selvaratnam reflects on her abusive relationship with former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
The yogi and filmmaker talks about her new film, "(In)Visible Portraits," and why telling Black women’s stories is more important than ever.
“And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I Ran the Zoo” are among the works that Dr. Seuss Enterprises will cease to publish.
The Dr. Seuss debacle is a case study in the right-wing grievance industry reframing normal, age-old processes as sinister suppression.
"My only two rules were that I had to set alarms for random minutes of each day, and I had to photograph the exact task I was doing when they went off," says photographer Justin J. Wee.
Author Dav Pilkey issued an apology for “The Adventures of Ook and Gluk: Kung-Fu Cavemen From the Future," which he said is "harmful to my Asian readers."
Sanjena Sathian’s riveting debut novel is already being developed into a TV series by Mindy Kaling’s production company.
The health coach co-founded Loom to help women have healthy and empowered sexual and reproductive lives.
The Brooklyn-based mental health advocate is creating space on Instagram to honor the spirit of radical resistance and the collective healing of her Afro-Puerto Rican ancestors.
The advocate and designer is changing the way we think about fashion’s impact on the world around us.
The 32-year-old activist uses her political savvy and compassion to get trans and gender-nonconforming people in Louisiana the care they need.
The activist is using Instagram to spur Black Lives Matter supporters into action.
The Los Angeles-based model is building a career around making art and advocating for people with disabilities.
The artist has been dissecting algorithm bias on social media, and she wants users — especially Black and brown people — to reclaim their space online.
The “Coming 2 America" actor’s path began on the stage with stand-up comedy. Now he’s starring alongside comedy greats.
The graphic designer behind Subliming.jpg is figuring out how to connect with the world through art — both on and off of Instagram.
With @QueerBrownVegan on Instagram, the 24-year-old environmental educator is guiding his followers toward a path of less food waste and more solutions to injustice.
The “High Fidelity” and “Dolemite Is My Name” actor is making a name for herself as one of Hollywood’s funniest talents.
The Navajo filmmaker and writer has been working on several TV series — hoping to create new narratives around Indigenous experiences.
The nonbinary poet and activist has helped redefine the fashion industry by challenging heteronormative beauty standards.
The Ghanaian American photographer is increasing Black visibility in the media with Tonl, See In Black and other projects.
Kevin Fredericks’ “Keep Your Distance” comedy show opens up new audiences for Black comics.
The Netflix executive loves the intersection of internet and entertainment — and is finding ways to make sure Black audiences are being served the content they deserve.
The "SNL" actor and host of popular podcast "Las Culturistas" is leading TV's changing comic tide.
Our annual list of artists, activists, entertainers and entrepreneurs who are changing the way we think about the world around us.
From "Succession" to "Watchmen," the Emmy Award-winning writer is changing the TV landscape — and empowering others to do the same.
Playground Coffee Shop is fighting food insecurity, centering its Black and brown neighbors and holding the restaurant industry accountable.
Non-fungible tokens have captured the attention of artists and collectors alike -- with one digital art piece selling this week for nearly $70 million.
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