We don’t require male rappers to be empowering to each other, so why should Nicki play nice?
Congrats, everyone. We did it!
“Acting white” can be a survival strategy, but it also comes with a lot of baggage.
As a comic of Asian descent, I needed to know the answer.
Only one kind of role exists for women of colour in the “uncomplicated, guilt-free entertainment” of historical fiction: subordination.
Yes, it's just a carousel of the same old people going around and around and around and around.
From frat bros to talentless wannabes, mainstream movies and TV continue to lean on tired cliches.
Theresa Chromati subverts the derogatory moniker to reclaim the black, female gaze.
Eighteen-year-old Izumi Miyazaki cites a number of surrealists as her inspiration in her thoughtful, wry, and precise work on identity stereotypes, setting cultural clichés alongside grotesque or awkward elements.
We talked to people about battling light-skinned and dark-skinned stereotypes.