The New Pipeline For Black Women in Animation
In an industry dominated by white men, these creators hope to pave a way for women and non-binary people of color for more nuanced portrayals of Black characters.
Art Museums Need to Address Colonialist Theft—Not Diversity
The Museum of Modern Art will close this summer to include more works from artists of color. Activists say this does little to reconcile centuries of exploitation.
Filmmakers Speak Out On the Reality of Sundance's Inclusion Efforts
“I’ve been in rooms where I hear people talk about needing more people of color and not knowing where to look. If you just turn around and ask me, I could roll off forty, fifty names."
What the List of Highest Paid Models Says About Racism in Fashion
Forbes released its list of the highest paid models in fashion and nearly all of them were white, cis, thin women. We talked to Fashionista's Tyler McCall to understand why.
This User-Friendly Menstrual Cup Is What Happens When Design Is Inclusive
When her old cup kept failing her, Jane Adame, whose connective-tissue condition makes her joints unstable, had to imagine there was a better way.
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 a person of color.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The 'Crazy Rich Asians' Sequel Is Already in the Works
The film, featuring an all-Asian cast, has dominated the box office in its first week in theaters.
No, Amazon Cannot Replace Libraries
Libraries are essential to our communities, in ways that even frequent patrons might not know.
‘Accessible’ Fashion Lines Have a Disability Problem
Using the face and body of a disabled person to sell a product designed without their input is precisely the issue.
To Fight Racism Within Museums, They Need to Stop Acting Like They're Neutral
The art world is full of the longstanding, racist histories that have affirmed white supremacy.
The Best Way to Fight Sexism Is to Make Men Experience It
The lessons I learned at a now-closed summer camp for LA teens hold up in the #MeToo era.
50 states of art
We're the Artists Fighting Racism in Memphis
The CLTV is an organization in Memphis, TN working diligently to create a platform for Black artists in their city.