The two-day 'Power of Women Conversations Presented by Lifetime' summit has already spawned some incredible moments amongst some of the most influential women of our time.
The death of George Floyd and many other Black people at the hands of the police causes the entertainment world to speak up.
Just when you thought folks were starting to be aware that the world doesn’t revolve around White people, stuff like this happens: Oh, but it didn’t end there. @FredTJoseph, take it away: Tuh! It gets worse. Hit the flip to see what happened.
Remember when Deelishis and Krazy from Flavor Of Love had an unintentionally sing off? Well someone on the Internet found the clip and turned it into a hilarious depiction of White Privilege vs. Black Magic. LOLOLOLOLOL. Undefeated.
The faults of our criminal and juvenile justice system are revealed once again. In Omaha, Nebraska, Antonia Lopez will not face jail time for killing her newborn baby. Back in September, 16-year-old Lopez gave birth to a baby girl in her apartment. She tossed the baby out the window, then reportedly messaged her boyfriend on Snapchat […]
In this day and age with Donald Trump as the leader of the free world, it's not uncommon to be confronted with the topic of race.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis brought their White privilege to "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert."
St. Ignatius College Preparatory, a prestigious Catholic high school in San Francisco, suspended 14 students after it was discovered they participated in a racist “wigger” party last week.
A White Maryland student is under fire after a 30-second video of a racist rant against the Black Matter movement went viral.
I’m a White chick who raps, is heavy into hip-hop, and writes about hip-hop culture.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis caused quite a stir on social media when they released their polarizing song "White Privilege II" last week.
Cleveland rapper MGK isn't down with Macklemore's polarizing "White Privilege II" record.