If you didn’t know this already, today marked the day that everyone could finally go home. Because apparently, Pepsi saved the world, guys. At least that’s what they want you to believe in this twisted, silly, not-even-remotely imaginative ad that debuted today. Released on the 49th anniversary of Martin Luther King‘s death, the ad features the soft-drink company […]
Victoria’s Secret made a choice to commodify culture under the guise of celebration perhaps hoping that we, the culture, wouldn’t know the difference.
POTUS shared that after his term comes to an end, he and his wife will be involved in politics at a grassroots level.
Solange's A Seat at the Table is an incredible album and so is the artwork that goes along with it.
Emily Bador "deeply and sincerely" apologizes for participating in cultural appropriation.
It's a huge slap in the face to the African-American community, which has been taunted for centuries for the way their hair locks, intertwines, and grows out.
Let’s just say that when Black folks do this in public, they get a LOT of reactions, but New York Times articles aren’t one of them.
Retail company Free People is out here selling a 10 pack of pink dreadlocks at $128 for festival season like they are Soon Ja from the beauty supply store on 125th Street in Harlem, New York.
No, they're not "boxer braids."
The photo, which has since been taken down, was flooded with negative and racist comments about Lagum's natural pout.
Rachel Dolezal, appropriator of Black womanhood, reportedly plans to name her unborn son Langston Hughes, reports