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Legends Only: Farewell to the Queen of Soul

In the U.S., the Black Church has been at the center of Black social and political life. Many of its

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Do I Move You? Lena Waithe, Shaking Up Images of Femininity

Lena Waithe is making moves. While working on “Master of None” she became the first black woman to receive an

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Spike Lee 2.0 is Not Playing With the People SOULE's Blackkklansman movie review

A little over a week ago Spike Lee dropped his latest joint Blackkklansman in theaters, and if you haven’t seen

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There’s a Black, Queer Renaissance Happening in the Art World

In this moment, we’re seeing unprecedented commercial success for Black, queer creatives.     RuPaul has packaged and distributed drag

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Yass For Trans Women, Nay For Trans Men The harsh truths that media's visibility of trans women uncovers

A new era has begun.   An era in which conversations about diversity in representation has forged its way to

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What the Success of RuPaul’s Drag Race Means for Black, Gay Culture

RuPaul’s Drag Race has achieved a level of success and cultural ubiquity that evades most shows.  The queer franchise just


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