Chadwick Boseman did not yield. But he deserved a world that would’ve let him yield. He deserved a world that would’ve loved him if he did. "I never yielded! And as you can see: I am not dead." Chadwick Boseman died on
‘Project Power’ imagines a world where Black women can get free and remove the shackles of scientific racism that have attempted to bind us for centuries. CN: This article contains spoilers for the film “Project Power” and mentions anti-Black experimentations on
Train to Busan cautions us against what can happen when we don't care about other people, both personally and politically. It’s a reminder to actively practice empathy, especially when lives are at stake.
Within the film industry white male directors employ abusive tactics and create hostile work environments in the name of genius and so-called authenticity. TW/CW: mentions of rape and abuse. You know one of the quotes I hate the most? “No pain, no
Too often in horror stories and in our historical narratives, our dead are made into spectacles and fodder for white stories. Candyman was no exception. Contains spoilers for Candyman (1992) “As intellectuals and consumers of popular culture we are left to think