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10 Atlantans Who Should Have Been Asked to Perform at the Super Bowl

The National Football League skipped tons of local Black talent to hire Maroon 5.

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Zazie Beetz On Imposter Syndrome in Hollywood and Biracial Identity On 'Atlanta'

In a new interview, the Emmy-nominated actress discussed the personal identity questions she explores through her TV character. 

It's Time for Atlanta to Stop Colluding With ICE [OP-ED]

A new report from Project South and Georgia Detention Watch details the “inhumane” conditions inside the Atlanta City Detention Center where Immigration and Customs Enforcement detains immigrants.

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Jermaine Dupri Celebrates 25 Years of So So Def With New Tour

Artists including Da Brat and Xscape will relive their days on the groundbreaking label during the Cultural Curren$y Tour.

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Donald Glover Talks Race and 'Atlanta' in New Profile

Ahead of the second season premiere of his FX show, the creator discusses how his Blackness impacts his work.

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WATCH: 'Robbin' Season' Arrives in New 'Atlanta' Trailer

The second season of Donald Glover’s awardwinning show debuts March 1. 

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Atlanta NAACP, Anti-Fascist Group Coordinate Protests for Donald Trump's Alabama-Georgia Game

The president plans to attend the College Football Playoff National Championship game in Atlanta. Local activists intend to make their presence felt.

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'This is Us,' 'Atlanta' Earn Television Critics Association Awards

The two programs have predominantly Black writing teams.

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'Atlanta,' 'This is Us' Lead Television Critics Association Awards Nominees

Both shows boast predominantly or exclusively Black writers’ rooms.

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Donald Glover Partners With Brother Stephen for 'Deadpool' Animated Series

The Golden Globe-winning siblings behind “Atlanta” reunite to bring Marvel’s foul-mouthed antihero to FXX

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Why Weed Decriminalization Alone Won't Fix Racist Drug Enforcement

The City of Atlanta is considering fines instead of jail for recreational weed possession. But if decriminalization isn’t coupled with new policies on arrest quotas, financial incentives and racial profiling, the main purpose of the change could go up in smoke. 

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Peabody Jurors Honor Beyoncé's 'Lemonade, Donald Glover's 'Atlanta'

The visual album and FX series each earned one of seven Peabody entertainment awards.

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'Moonlight,' 'Atlanta' Take Home Writers Guild Awards

From film to TV, here are the creators of color who earned the Writer Guild of America’s top honors.

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'Moonlight' Win, Tracee Ellis Ross' Speech and More Golden Globes Greatness

Ross, Viola Davis, Donald Glover and more Black Hollywood luminaries won big at last night’s awards. 

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August Wilson, Barry Jenkins, Donald Glover Nominated for WGA Awards

The Writers Guild of America’s dual awards ceremonies will take place in New York City and Los Angeles on February 19.

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Year-End Goodness: The Best 2016 Movies, Music, Hashtags and More

Brilliant art, media and pop culture gave us something to celebrate in 2016. Here are Team Colorlines’ favorites, from music videos to podcasts.

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Beyoncé, 'The Birth of a Nation, 'Moonlight' Lead NAACP Image Award Noms

“Luke Cage,” “Insecure” and “Queen Sugar” also earned multiple nominations.

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WATCH: Viola Davis' Moving Critics' Choice Awards Acceptance Speech

Davis received the #SeeHer Award.

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'Moonlight,' 'Atlanta' Earn Golden Globe Noms

Several directors, writers and performers of color in television and film were nominated for Golden Globes.

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The 5 Realest Moments of Donald Glover's Delightfully Absurd 'Atlanta'

The writer, actor and rapper’s new FX series may be the most absurd thing on TV, but it hits home with short, matter-of-factly scenes about racism, poverty and culture. Here are five surprisingly deep moments from the first four hilarious episodes.