"The Rachel Divide" is an uncomfortable retelling of Rachel Dolezal's journey of self-discovery and reinvention that in many ways, does more harm than good to an already tarnished reputation.
In the wake of revelations that Facebook shared users’ private data with political data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica, like many, these days I find myself reflecting about my digital fingerprint a little more than usual.
From powerful displays of solidarity among both women and men to legislative reform, the first month of 2018 has given us a reason to hope that maybe, just maybe, a new day is on the horizon.
For four years Being Mary Jane gave a strong and unapologetic voice to the struggles of black womanhood. Now, the hit show is coming to an end.
Jagmeet Singh's historic victory is the start of a new chapter in Canadian history, but it cannot undo the ingrained racism rooted in this country.
The Kalief Browder Story is likely to be one of the most difficult documentaries you will ever watch. It will also be one of the most necessary.
The world might feel like it's falling apart but amazing and positive things continue to happen everyday.
With proposed budget cuts to domestic and local programs, public media and foreign aid, Trump has stuck to his promise: Make America great for the lucky few.