Even when it comes to the so-called rise of our own words, credit often goes to celebrities like Drake or Lilly Singh.
Make it stop.
Netflix’s reboot of a classic anime series makes timely pop culture commentary by recasting an Asian role.
This week’s media controversy is a great reminder that the most powerful people in Canadian media are very white.
Vogue culture has since infiltrated mainstream pop, but this iconic 1990 film stands as a monument to a time before everyone screamed "yas queen".
Have we not been over this?
The ad in question features a track using a “ha” sample.
The wackness was real and palpable.
Festivals have begun making native headdresses a thing of the past, now it's time for bindis to face the same scrutiny.
When I see the rebel Latino subculture being sampled and recontextualized by bourgeois white fashion designers, pop singers, or celebrity starlets, I can't help rolling my eyes.
Why the wanton jacking of black culture by white artists carried an extra edge in 2014.
It's a culture, not a rave costume.