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.
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Calling it a win for representation, Filipino millennials are excited to see ‘Blue’s Clues & You!’ host Josh cook with his grandmother.
Like many Filipinos who grew up abroad, Christmas traditions are one of my few connections to family and culture in the Philippines.
We look at Asian films and TV shows that have taken steps towards diversity.
Color of Change, a social activism nonprofit group, found that depictions of criminal justice professionals may be doing more harm than good.
Developer claims "blind" casting lead them in this direction, with a predictable "promise to do better" in the future.
All it means is that LGBTQ inclusion in commercial imagery is good for business!
“We're so okay with celebrating war on screen and yet get so threatened with love. Isn't it baffling?”