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From various Jokers to Erik Killmonger and everywhere in between.

Can You Revise a Book to Make It More Woke?

When a YA novel was criticized for racism prior to publication, the author attempted something radical — she pushed its release date and rewrote it.

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From the comedies to the dramas and everything in between.

Here Are Shuri’s Best Black Panther One-Liners

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His departure could well be a gift for the series.

Kathleen Collins’s Losing Ground Is an Underrated Entry in the Canon of Black Female Directors

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Ava DuVernay calls the singer “a goddess.”

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Brown really needs a new way to win an Emmy.

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Toni Erdmann director Maren Ade produced Valeska Grisebach’s culture-clash drama.

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Will Black Panther’s Box-Office Success Change Hollywood’s Conventional Wisdom on Black Movies?

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Milo Yiannopoulos Drops Lawsuit Against Simon & Schuster, But We’ll Always Have His Editor’s Notes

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Last Men in Aleppo Team Collecting After-party Invites to Beat Travel Ban

The team behind the Oscar-nominated doc want to prove they have a business need to travel to Hollywood for the ceremony and after-parties.

The Great Comet Is Planning International Productions in Japan, England, and More

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