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Danielle Kwateng-Clark is the senior culture editor at Broadly. Her passion is telling the stories of women of color in the arts, fashion, and pop-culture.
Beyoncé, arguably the biggest star in the world, interrupted the largely white crowd at Coachella with a celebration of Black academia.
We talked to Marsai Martin about her new film "Little," working with Hollywood giants, and becoming a boss.
"I want to argue for a feminist perspective that understands that we cannot simply reform institutions like prison and the police."
"We seem to be spending time telling white people what they're doing wrong, instead of telling Black people what we're doing right," Giovanni tells Broadly.
The Dreamville singer answers quick-fire questions about her upcoming debut album, favorite throwback songs, and food vices.
The singer went back to her hometown of Houston and tapped her old crew for a deeply personal album about celebrating life.
"This look was interesting because it’s not drag. I’m not a drag queen, I’m a man in a dress."
Ahead of the Oscars, the Emmy-winning screenwriter talks to Broadly about working with Halle Berry on BET's "Boomerang" remake and the "string connecting" their trajectories as groundbreaking Black artists.
The Museum of Modern Art will close this summer to include more works from artists of color. Activists say this does little to reconcile centuries of exploitation.