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A look back at legendary moments at the Academy Awards.
Why social agendas kill art.
Hollywood seems to reject Black actors when they play strong African-American figures.
"Ruth's Journey," an upcoming prequel to "Gone With the Wind," will center on the life and times of Mammy.
Jennifer Hudson recently landed a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, following behind a growing number of African-Americans who were recently inducted.
Memorable butlers and maids in film.
Learn more about those who have paved the way, including Halle Berry and Hattie McDaniel.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Black couple's effort to buy a home despite objections by white neighbors.
Hattie McDaniel becomes first African-American to ever win an Academy Award, winning for her role as Mammy in the Civil War-era romance Gone With the Wind.
Why do the Oscars spotlight the same images of African-Americans?