Maria Qamar Refuses to Keep Her Art a Secret Anymore
After clashing with her family over her art for years, the artist known as @hatecopy is making her work bigger, bolder, and more unapologetic.
Hollywood Doesn't Fully Represent Asian Americans Yet
"The Farewell" and "Crazy Rich Asians" are signs of progress, but many Asian Americans are still left out of the picture.
HBO's 'Los Espookys' Is for the Weirdos
But especially for all the goth Latinx kids who never saw themselves on screens.
Twenty Years Later, '10 Things I Hate About You' Is More Relevant Than You'd Expect
Despite its flaws, the film marked a turning point for feminism and female representation in teen rom-coms.
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Jordan Peele Says He'll Never Have a 'White Dude' Star in His Movies
"I've seen that movie."
Black History Month
We Asked Black Quebeckers What Black History Month Means to Them in 2019
Izzy-S, Lost, Marilou Craft and others tell us about their experiences being black in Quebec.
'I Thought He Was a Fake': Why Yalitza Aparicio Almost Left Her 'Roma' Audition
Her Oscar nomination broke ground, but it almost didn't happen over a suspected catfishing situation.
Spike Lee's Oscar Speech Was A Lesson In Black History
The Oscar-winning writer and director of 'BlacKkKlansman' paid honor to his legacy of work and those that got him to the Academy Award stage.
Why It's Important for Diverse, Emerging Artists to Win Awards
Representation matters more than you think.
Canadian cities are still electing overwhelmingly white governments
After elections in Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa, racialized organizers say it's an issue that can't be ignored.
Vancouver Just Elected an Almost All-White City Council
Not exactly representative of a city where 51 percent of residents identify as a visible minority.
Stop Telling Black Writers to Stop Writing About Race
A recent series of comments forced me to confront the issues of writing like everyone else as an other.