Mixed-ish puts forth a very narrow, self-centered, and unimaginative interpretation of what it means to be multicultural or multi-racial. By Nylah Burton Set in the 1980s, ABC’s mixed-ish, the newest black-ish spin-off, tells the story of Dr. Rainbow “Bow” Johnson’s (Arica Himmel)
Justin Trudeau wore brown and Blackface, not because he doesn’t understand the implications of it, but because he thought it was amusing. By Gloria Oladipo Justin Trudeau is the latest example of the truth that white supremacy doesn’t have a political party.
Indigenous communities can offer support to Black Americans by doing our own reckoning while honoring the space they deserve to tell the truth about their history. By Angelina Newsom Last Week The New York Times released a ground-breaking enterprise called The 1619
British racism is only subtle insofar as it is left unspoken, forgotten and tolerated. By Rami Yasir In an episode of The Grapevine, Saïe, a musician going by @theafroromantic online, compares the experience of Black Americans and Black British people, “In America