3 Rising Asian-American Actors Cover The Advocate
Jake Choi, Vincent Rodriguez III and Nico Santos talk about being young, queer and Asian-American in Hollywood.
'Surviving R. Kelly' Boosts Ratings and Donations, Inspires Possible Legal Action
It looks like Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office were among the millions who watched the Lifetime docuseries last week.
Second Black Man Found Dead in Major Democratic Contributor's Home
Ed Buck is not currently under investigation for either death.
New Website Maps Systems That Oppress Black Women and Girls
Color of Change launched BlackWomenToo.com in tandem with the airing of “Surviving R. Kelly.”
Sex Trafficking Survivor Cyntoia Brown Granted Clemency
Brown: “With God’s help, I am committed to live the rest of my life helping others, especially young people. My hope is to help other young girls avoid ending up where I have been.”
'Kikis With Louie' Gives LGBTQ Community Tips for Surviving Police Encounters
Creator Lincoln Mondy also shares his most traumatic encounter with police.
Tarana Burke Offers Advice to Survivors Watching 'Surviving R. Kelly'
The organizer and founder of the Me Too Movement appears in the docuseries about the R&B singer’s alleged sexual abuse of Black women and girls.
Producer dream hampton Demands Justice With 'Surviving R. Kelly'
She hopes the Lifetime docuseries breaks the systems that insulate the R&B star from the consequences of decades of alleged sexual abuse.
Colorlines Favorites of 2018: 'Steven Universe,' Future Vision and the Value of Freedom Dreaming
The Colorlines team is sharing our favorite shows, books, hashtags, movies and more of 2018. Here, deputy editor Kenrya Rankin reflects on the power of “Steven Universe.”
Colorlines Favorites of 2018: The Messy Humanity and Community of 'Pose'
The Colorlines team is sharing our favorite shows, books, hashtags, movies and more of 2018. Here, editorial assistant catherine gonzalez discusses why the FX series “Pose” is her favorite TV show of the year.
New Study Confirms That Black Women Are Most Abused Group on Twitter
Amnesty International hopes Twitter will use the findings to make women safer online.
Ohio Passes Nation's Strictest Anti-Choice Bill
Opponents argue it essentially bans the procedure—and is a direct threat to Roe v. Wade.
1990s Black and Indigenous Coming-of-Age Stories Added to National Film Registry
Their induction coincides with the NFR’s 30th anniversary.
How to Support Cyntoia Brown
Sentenced to life in prison at 16 for killing her would-be rapist, Brown is not eligible for parole until she is 67.
Who Should Replace Kevin Hart as Oscars Host?
The comedian dropped out after people criticized him for homophobic tweets.
Hollywood's Black Women Who Brunch Are Ready to Step Into Their Power
More than 60 members of the entertainment networking group gathered to discuss how they navigate racism and sexism for The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Power 100 issue.
Glory Edim On Reading as Activism
The woman behind the “Well-Read Black Girl” anthology discusses how she built a community around Black women and literature.
Gabby Rivera Talks Writing the Pioneering America Chavez for Marvel
In her TED Talk, the Latinx writer explains how her Puerto Rican roots and queer identity informed her development of Marvel’s first LGBTQ Latina superhero.
Mj Rodriguez Uplifts Trans POC Health on 'Kikis With Louie' Premiere
The “Pose” star is the first guest on the new series, which features frank conversations about issues facing LGBTQ youth.
Federal Judge Overturns Mississippi Law That Banned Abortion After 15 Weeks
In his decision, Judge Reeves said state lawmakers’ claims to be interested in women’s health was “pure gaslighting.”