Lloyd J. Austin III Receives the ALC Co-Chair's Award
U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III accepts the ALC Co-Chair's Award on behalf of the brave servicemembers who serve and sacrifice their lives to defend our nation.
"Cupids" Director Zoey Martinson on Black Storytelling
Zoey Martinson discusses the importance of comedy and joy in Black stories and what inspired her to write "Cupids," and Ari Fulton and Daria Amai Shelton talk costume design and animation.
‘In The Heights’ Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda Apologizes For The Film’s Lack Of Dark-Skinned Afro-Latinx Actors
Miranda issued a statement about community’s frustration.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Defends Granting One-On-One Interviews Only To Journalists of Color
Lori Lightfoot is making a point about lack of diversity.
‘Celebrate Diversity’ Mural In Columbus, Ohio Defaced With Profanity And ‘I Love The Police’ Slogan
The artist says the vandalism is “like a hate crime.”
NAACP Image Awards: 3 Reasons Why ‘Soul’ Won Outstanding Animated Motion Picture
‘Soul’ set the bar when it came to representation.
Woman In Motion: Documentary on Star Trek Actress Nichelle Nichols Explains Her Real-Life Role With NASA
The sci-fi icon wasn't just legendary on camera.
OPINION: Pushing For More Progress In America Doesn’t Mean We Have To Pay With Black Blood
A leader in diversity and equity creates a plan of action.
Laverne Cox Pushes TV Academy To ‘Diversify’ Emmys Voters For Trans Inclusivity
“Who's doing the voting is really crucial.”