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Marvel Villain Ideologies

He Ain’t Totally Wrong: Marvel Villain Ideologies I Can Respect

This piece contains some spoilers, but it’s been a hot minute since two of these movies came out and about a month since "Endgame"...
Beat Shazam Season 3

Beat Shazam Is Back, Along With The Wonderfully Awkward Racial Overtones

"This is a fucking social experiment," my girlfriend spit out in the midst of cackling at Aaron and Martin, Black sibling educators from Philly...

What They Say: Leslie Jones in Ghostbusters

Another stereotypical role for a Black actress, or nothing to worry about? The new Ghostbusters film is being led by an all-star cast of women...

‘Wind River’ and Wow, We Don’t Care About Native Americans

Light spoilers are contained in the article. No major plot twists or reveals though, promise! Wind River is star-studded, brilliant, and you don't even know...

Donald Glover Had A ‘Dream’

Hip-hop culture's most prominent creatives tend to have running themes throughout their work. Kanye West's music and video projects are commentaries on the limitations...

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is not our ‘Black Panther’

I know there’s this hope that CRA is going to be our Black Panther. I see a lot of exuberance surrounding it. We did...

Dave Chappelle and The Age of Spin

If I asked Dave Chappelle why it seems like the majority of his online audience doesn’t have anything nice to say about him, he’d...

‘White People’ and ‘Uncommon Sense’: Why Now?

MTV is rolling out two new shows this month: White People and Uncommon Sense. White People, set to air on July 22, is a special on...

Mean Girls: An Asian American Retrospective

Mean Girls used to be one of my favorite movies. The plot was full of laugh-out-loud moments and characters who stretched the imagination, but...

‘Dope’: Blackness, Pop Culture, and Growing Up in 2015

Revolving around a circus of coinciding storylines and Malcolm's issues of self-understanding, Dope serves as a humorous representation of popular youth culture in 2015...