Regardless of your stance on Black Out Tuesday, it's clear that the music industry is plagued by inequality. That has to change.
"I want a country where black people and LGBTQ individuals can walk freely. As a woman, I want to walk around without being afraid I'll get raped."
Two Native American metalheads were kicked off a campus tour last week by a white woman who feared their brown skin and black T-shirts. That fear is nothing new.
Is asking the African-American chef you hired to work at your sprawling dude ranch to start making “black people food” a super racist request, or nothing more than a wee bit of discourtesy and a smidgen of insensitivity?
The Billboard Power 100 has rolled in again to remind us that the music industry isn't exactly a smorgasbord of diversity.