vic mensa pens a moving essay on palestine and racism in america
The rapper ties human rights abuses in Palestine to racist attitudes he’s experienced at home.
dee rees is a filmmaker about to flip the script
The director talks coming out, black characters and how she changed her up own story to become a serious Oscar contender.
we should all be feminist killjoys like cambridge student leader lola olufemi
After an open-letter titled Decolonising the English Faculty was sensationalised in the press, co-author Lola spoke about being a ‘feminist killjoy’ and made us want to be one too.
princess nokia threw hot soup over a racist guy on the new york subway
He deserved it so whatever.
dove slammed for lotion ad that transforms a black woman into a white woman
More than "missing the mark."
spotify takes a stand against white supremacist bands by removing their music
The streaming service’s move comes after the shocking events in Charlottesville.
this black british writer is done with talking to white people about race
Sorry white folks, Reni Eddo-Lodge is not here to be your "magical Negro".
zoë kravitz is still reading racist scripts and she's over it
"When my name is brought up in a casting office, I’m sure the fact that I’m black comes up in discussions."
what does it feel like to be asked "where are you from?"
How is discrimination experienced by those who have moved to France, or whose origins may mark them out as 'other'. i-D France took to the streets to find out.
the late, great james baldwin on what it means to be black in america today
The author’s unfinished book finds its voice in new documentary I Am Not Your Negro.
kendall jenner’s new pepsi ad appears to erase the black lives matter movement
Inspiring a furious reaction from online commenters, Pepsi have been accused of coopting the aesthetics of protest for profit and positioning a privileged white model as the saviour of civil rights movements in the struggle against police brutality.
forgotten moments in pop culture: when disney used animation to help fight fascism
75 years ago, Disney made a film set in South America to help fight fascism. Perhaps the President needs to see it today.
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