A special Barbie doll was made to honor her work during the pandemic.
Movies and TV shows like 'The Paper Tigers' and 'Warrior' show the beauty of Asian American survival.
Supernaturals is likely the first agency with plans to bring in elders to support the models—and to be models themselves.
The claims have provoked difficult conversations about creative originality, and who has the right to tell stories of racial trauma and violence.
After an extremely disappointing season that failed in its handling of race, the reality series needs to be reevaluated and reinvented.
VICE spoke to the anesthesiologist about how her time on 'RHOD' illustrates the racism and microaggressions Asian Americans face regularly.
‘I May Destroy You’ was snubbed while ‘Emily in Paris’ got two nominations at this year's Golden Globes, highlighting Hollywood's double standard.
I’ve been told to be happy about any Asian representation in the media, even if it doesn’t serve us.
ABC's flagship reality show is back with its first Black Bachelor, but we shouldn't expect conversations on race and dating to go too deep.
Corina Newsome, a graduate student in biology at Georgia Southern University, helped organize #BlackBirdersWeek and is only getting started with her advocacy.
Netflix's new biopic 'Selena: The Series' rehashes the same story for the umpteenth time—and sends a clear message about which stories Hollywood is willing to tell.