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Lit flicks: Three noteworthy novels turned into films

From “The Color Purple” to “Hidden Figures,” books have inspired some of the most memorable movies of our time. A number of notable novels...

Festival brings food, film and culture to Indy

Experience African culture — no plane ticket required. The African Center, a local organization that supports African-born residents and their families within the metropolitan...

Hollywood’s Black Christians Are on the Rise

Black Christians shocked Hollywood last September.War Room, the mainstream, prayer-themed film starring unknown black actors, dethroned the hit N.W.A. biopic, Straight Outta Compton, at...

The Trailer for the Long-Delayed Nina Simone Movie is Even Worse Than You Imagined

This article was originally published on March 2, 2016 on For Harriett. On Tuesday Nina got a release day. Today, we get the trailer.The film, based loosely...

The Hollywood Diversity Fix

There’s nothing new about #OscarsSoWhite. Once upon a time, Hollywood’s diversity battle stretched as far as The White House.For the second year in a...

Beyoncé Is Not Making a Film Based on the Life of Saartjie Baartman

You've probably read or heard reports published over the last week on Beyoncé's alleged plans for a feature film based on the life of...

Fox (The New Black TV Network) Orders ‘2 Black Dudes’ Comedy Series

Of course I'm joking (sort of) when I say that Fox is a black TV network, but, really, when you consider what new projects...

This Guy’s Hair Proves Black People Do Cosplay

Shaquille Dent, a sophomore at Cleveland Institute of Art is making rounds on the Internet due to his unique and creative hairstyle. Dubbed the...

Idris Elba is ‘too street’ to play 007, says James Bond author

Author Anthony Horowitz has waded in on the casting of James Bond after Daniel Craig exits the franchise, saying he does not think bookies'...

Mad Men actress shares the dont’s of complimenting natural hair

Dear White People actress Teyonah Parris is not here for the blind ignorance of White people when comes to her hair and she has no problem making...
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Remembering John Jointer, a gracious athlete

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