RIP Chadwick Boseman: On Mourning Black Royalty and Collective Black Grief

I am crying as I write this. Not sobbing, but the slow, searing flow of tears that burn as they fall. I don’t have the strength to sob, and honestly, the burn is helping. It means that I can still feel something. This is not about me, though. This is about Chadwick Boseman. This is about the collective Black joy

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Film Review: ‘Random Acts of Violence’ Tests the Ties Between Artist, Their Art, and The Fans

The comic artist as center of the horror film is not a trope that is practiced often. Many of us are hard-pressed to name one film other than Jay Baruchel’s Random Acts of Violence that takes on the artist, his art and the fans that keep him going. However, it works in this film, despite having the striking Jesse Williams

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International Female Ride Day Offers Women Self-Care and Sisterhood On a Bike

A Q&A with Porsche Taylor founder and EIC of Black Girls Ride and Joey Lindahl Senior Marketing Manager, Customer Growth at Polaris By Jonita Davis and Michele St. Martin On August 22, 2020, Women all over the world will get on their motorcycles, autocycles, trikes, ATVs, and more to take a ride in celebration of International Female Ride Day. The

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Creator Spotlight: The Three Nerd Queens Behind #JusticeCon2020 Speak Out

No one really expected JusticeCon to be more than a celebration for the fandom. The event that ran concurrently with San Diego Comic-Con the weekend of July 25 and 26. It came out of nowhere to rock Comic-Con at Home’s virtual, leaving everyone reeling for weeks afterward about the little fan convention that brought so many reveals, celebrities, and so

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Rae Comics offers New Black Anime Comic ‘Okemus’ by Kickstarter

Red Arcis Entertainment (Rae) Comics announced a Kickstarted campaign for their anime-inspired Black Comic titled Okemus. The company’s lead artist and president TJ Sterling says he created the comic to create a more diverse world, one that he didn’t have as a young artist. “Growing up, I saw almost no representation of Black or people of color in the comics I

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22 Things We Found Out From ‘The Proud Family’ Reunion

The voice cast of The Proud Family came together for a family reunion at the NAACP Arts, Culture, and Entertainment Festival. The joyful reunion was full of stories, laughs, memories from the animated series that meant so much to so many kids in the 2000s. We took a minute to dig into the video and found out 22 new facts about The Proud

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