A startup marketing "designer" Mahjong sets committed the classic sins of appropriation.
Last year, the American Indian Center of Chicago ended its relationship with the team over its continued use of a real man as its mascot.
The rapper-turned-actress' career is a case study of how an oversimplified view of representation can fall short.
There are real problems with Lucky Lee's framing of an entire cuisine as “unhealthy.”
The inevitable life cycle of a meme, as explained by someone who watched other people take the credit (and profits) for her idea.
Netflix’s reboot of a classic anime series makes timely pop culture commentary by recasting an Asian role.
Jason deCaires Taylor, a neighboring exhibitor at the 57th Venice Biennale, has been making sunken statues since 2006.
Clapping is just the most recent example of Black wit that has been circulated in non-Black circles and applied almost to exhaustion.
This week’s media controversy is a great reminder that the most powerful people in Canadian media are very white.