Hopefully, Lance Gross will take the time to reflect on why his holiday social media post triggered tense conversations and explore the impact of colorism on communities of color.
Some might say it was Michelle Obama’s arrival on the world stage that gave print media and Hollywood a permission of sorts to showcase black women with darker hues as smart, sexy beings.
Plus, Instagram video shows cops attacking Bronx man and Florida rapper Kodak Black under fire for "I don't want no Black b%tch" lyrics.
During Thursday's edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed the backlash over Saldana's portrayal of Simone and the subsequent discussion of colorism within the African-American community.
On Thursday, Kierna Mayo, Editor-in-Chief of Ebony Magazine, and JeffriAnne Wilder, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of North Florida, spoke with Roland Martin and the NewsOne Now discussion panel about the magazine cover that has set social media ablaze.
This weekend, TV One will premiere LisaRaye McCoy‘s directorial debut with the made-for-TV film Skinned, which tackles a very sensitive topic within the African-American community. Skinned confronts colorism, pigmentocracy, and the outbreak of skin bleaching, as well as the use of lightening creams amongst many individuals in America and around the world. According to Black Enterprise and the […]
Jesse Williams is utterly over the idea that Black people are just naturally angrier than everyone else in America. The “Grey’s Anatomy” star has been…
A group of African-American workers at a Manhattan TGI Friday’s restaurant filed a class-action discrimination suit when they were allegedly replaced by lighter-skinned employees after…