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  1. Beyoncé's "Formation" makes many statements about social and political realities in the U.S., but song and video perhaps speak especially strongly to black women in... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

  2. By Beau Donelly Feb. 9, 2016, 5:36 p.m. A Melbourne student has accused her school of "whitewashing" black history over a decision to adapt a popular musical about racial discrimination, despite having a mostly white cast.

  3. A Melbourne student has accused her school of "whitewashing" history after its music department was given the go-ahead to adapt the American musical Hairspray for its annual show.

  4. 'Supergirl' recap: 'For the Girl Who Has Everything'

    Entertainment WeeklyFeb 08 08:50 PM

    When a parasitic alien offers Kara the perfect life, she must choose between her Kryptonian family and the family she's created on Earth.

  5. TV Host Hoda Kotb on Finding Her Own Way

    The Wall Street JournalFeb 09 09:12 AM

    The ‘Today’ show co-anchor recalls how her Egyptian parents created a home in America.

  6. Those who were only half-watching Beyoncé's "Formation" performance during the Super Bowl halftime show - perhaps distracted by the beer, wings and guacamole - may be wondering what was the big deal. So here's a quick primer. The costumes spoke volumes Beyonce's ensemble was an homage to Michael...

  7. Those who were only half-watching Beyoncé's "Formation" performance during the Super Bowl halftime show - perhaps distracted by the beer, wings and guacamole - may be wondering what was the big deal. So here's a quick primer. The costumes spoke volumes Beyonce's ensemble was an homage to Michael...

  8. Supergirl is the first real female superhero to make it onto prime time television, so, as such, she has a responsibility to be a hero and role model to real-life fans, just as much as she should be a symbol of hope to the people of National City. This was the premise pushed by both... Read more » ‘Supergirl’ Falls: The Black Mercy Infects And ‘The Flash’ Adds To That Girl Power Problem is an ...

  9. Black Trans Lives Matter, Too

    The Huffington PostFeb 04 05:49 AM

    Tragically, 2015 was the deadliest year on record for black trans and gender non conforming women with the total number of murder victims ranging from 21-25. Our average life expectancy is a paltry 35 years, less than half that of the average cisgender woman. The violence against folks like us is occurring at a rate that remains alarmingly high, and contributes to that shortened life expectancy...

  10. Editor's note: This is the first of three dispatches on the 2016 Sundance Film Festival written by participants in this year's Roger Ebert Fellowship for Film Criticism. For more on this year's participants, go here. It's fitting that in the era of #OscarsSoWhite, this year’s Sundance movies took a more critical look at whiteness. Last year’s "Dope" was a freshman year essay on race and black ...

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