cultural appropriation

Actor Joseph Fiennes actually thought it would be appropriate to play a Black man, and not just any Black man, but one of the most celebrated entertainers in history.

POTUS shared that after his term comes to an end, he and his wife will be involved in politics at a grassroots level.

Let’s just say that when Black folks do this in public, they get a LOT of reactions, but New York Times articles aren’t one of them.

A video captures a Black woman confronting a White Man about his dreadlocks, accusing him of cultural appropriation. The incident happened on San Francisco State University's campus. School officials are investigating.

Bring It On Was schooling all of us on one of today’s hot-button issues 16 years ago. Yes, it’s been that long since Bring It On came out. Every now and then, I like to flip on a movie I used to love back in the day and curl up on the couch with a […]

The photo, which has since been taken down, was flooded with negative and racist comments about Lagum's natural pout.

Hungarian journalist Boglarka Balogh was criticized for replacing the photos of African women with her own in hopes of creating awareness about "secluded cultures."

The Democratic frontrunner is getting some major side-eye from Black Twitter for trying to be too down with the people.

Rachel Dolezal, appropriator of Black womanhood, reportedly plans to name her unborn son Langston Hughes, reports