Time Magazine

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Beyoncé Pens Moving Essay On Michelle Obama for Time's '100 Most Influential People'

“She resembled us and was moving in spaces where, as Black Americans, we weren’t exactly meant to be,” the pop icon wrote about Obama. 

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Ava DuVernay Guest-Edits TIME's Optimism Issue

“The national headlines were what we’ve come to expect: bigotry, poverty, injustice, trauma, trouble. I weighed my own feelings of despair and doubt against the idea of reveling in an experience dedicated to optimism. The choice was easy.”

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Time Honors Hasan Minhaj and More 'Next Generation Leaders'

The magazine features Minhaj alongside Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Amandla Stenberg and other rising stars fighting for change.

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READ: Spike Lee On Revisionist History and the Death of the Dog Whistle

The director talks about the relevance of his new film, “BlacKkKlansman,” whose release marks the one-year anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right march in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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Tarana Burke and Tiffany Haddish Cover Time's '100 Most Influential People' Issue

The activist and actress join Issa Rae, Chloe Kim and several other people of color on this year’s list of global changemakers.

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'Silence Breakers' of Color Among Those Named Time 'Person of the Year'

Time honored #MeToo Movement founder Tarana Burke and other women who embraced her campaign’s message in their own battles against sexual violence.

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Time's New Multimedia Series Profiles 23 'First' Women and Girls of Color

Ava DuVernay, Mo’ne Davis and 21 others feature in the magazine’s new project, which honors female trailblazers in entertainment, politics, sports and beyond.

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These 22 People From Time's 'Most Influential People' List Fight Racism With Their Work

From Viola Davis to Linda Sarsour, Chance the Rapper to John Lewis, these people of color are featured on Time’s 2017 list of “The 100 Most Influential People.”

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Time Explores Trump's Racist Appeal in 'Person of the Year' Profile

The President-elect won out over a shortlist that included Hillary Clinton and Beyoncé.

Nicki Minaj, Priyanka Chopra and Lin-Manuel Miranda On Time's '100 Most Influential' Covers

Gina Rodriguez, Ta-Nehisi Coates and many other notable people of color across disciplines also made this year’s list. 

Time Magazine Unveils 2015's 100 Most Influential People

Laverne Cox, Misty Copeland and the “titan” Kanye West are just a few people of color on the list.

Beyoncé, Jason Collins Land Covers for Time's Most Influential People

Steve McQueen, Pharrell and Kerry Washington also made the list.

TIME's Poll: #3 Undocumented Immigrants, #4 Gabby Douglas

But there’s a lot more to the story.

'Undocumented Immigrants' Could Jump to #3 Spot on TIME's Poll, Thanks to 4Chan

The group has quickly moved to the #4 spot on their own but they could soon move up to the #3 spot and stay there thanks to 4chan users.

Undocumented Immigrants Rising Quickly on TIME'S 'Person of the Year' List

Undocumented immigrants are now in ninth place

TIME Mag' New Immigration Cover Story: 'We Are Americans - Just Not Legally'

Jose Antonio Vargas is on the cover of the new issue of TIME Magazine.

Newsweek Cover Calls Obama 'First Gay President' [Photo]

The cover story is said to focus on President Obama’s recent shift on gay marriage.

A Prosthetic Nose for Time Mag's Aisha Won't Beautify Our Wars

The Afghan teen is a symbol for many things, but war-making isn’t one of them.

How Time's Aisha Cover Obscures the Horror of War

Featuring a woman’s mutilation outside of the context in which the horror has happened both obscures the reality of the situation and conceals those who are responsible.

South Asians: Time Magazine's Sorry You're Offended

The editors issue a non-apology after Joel Stein’s humor column offers up racist stereotypes.