These 10 films explore the very real effects of climate change. Some of them mirror our reality, others help us expand our imagination to spur us into action. It is the year 2020. And in 2020, the continued expansion of the internet
Lena Waithe can claim all she wants that she gives a real fuck about Blackness and Black people, but her actions and her work continue to reflect otherwise. Two years ago, when I was still a columnist for Into (RIP),
Jojo is the conduit for the film’s message that hatred is learned, and that our compassion must be nurtured, not repressed. TW: This piece has mention of anti-semitism, Nazism, and murder. Read with caution. CW: This piece has spoilers for Jojo
When Black people ask for accountability, terms like “Woke Film Twitter” are deployed as dog-whistles to minimize, sensationalize, and deflect. This essay discusses a suicide attempt. This past Thursday, a traumatic family event removed me from the cesspool that is social media.
Socially and culturally, we hang onto the belief that the more you suffer for your art, the more valuable it is. Diane's experience dismantles the myth of the tortured artist. By Rebecca Wei Hsieh If I were to distill Diane Nguyen into