“Fast Color” is a welcomed far cry from the status quo. This review contains minor spoilers for “Fast Color” and a brief interview with Saniyya Sidney "Fast Color" played on only 25 screens in April and didn't stay in theaters
“We are the only ones who elevate everyone.” Opportunities for women of color in film and entertainment are severely limited. The status quo for Black women in Hollywood reflects their realities across industries and throughout society. Cheryl L. Bedford, a
Those who consider themselves allies and male feminists need to learn how to listen to the communities they claim to support. By Sherronda J. Brown and Lara Witt It's been more than a week since Terry Crews apologized for tweeting that children
Those of us who have spent years reading, writing, and hearing stories about R. Kelly’s violence know that this has been a long, long road marked by Black womxn’s activism.