“Fashion is a form of art. It’s the first thing people see before you say anything throughout the day,” says Hailie Sahar, one of the five transgender leads in Pose, which ended a successful first season on Sunday night.
Aide: Like Jackie Robinson, Felt He Had to Take It
3 Months After That Letter, the Other Shoe Drops
Head of Black-Press Group Heads Ownership Team
April Ryan, Sarah Huckabee Sanders Clash Again
Loveis Wise Is in Rare Company
In the fallout over ABC’s cancellation of “Rosanne” over star Rosanne Barr’s racist tweet, much of the commentary congratulatory, some critics raised a challenging question: How can the media cater to red-state voters without mainstreaming the racism that too many of them embrace?
Opinion Writers Ask Whether Protest Isn’t Patriotic
Black Conservative Gets Facts Wrong on Jemele Hill
New Spike Lee Joint Gets Standing Ovation
Media Remind Us of Those Not on Holiday Cards
Critical Report Appears on Own Websites
Is Kanye West to be Denounced, Scorned or Pitied?
Speaking of the Optics of the Annual Dinner . . .
Accidental Deaths Grow Among African Americans
Longtime Staffer Patrik Henry Bass Also Out
First Hip-Hop Artist Picked Over Classical, Jazz Acts
Newspaper Underpaid Women, People of Color
Three Describe the Night of King’s Death
Les Payne Praised for Linking ‘Fairness,’ Journalism