It has been a long journey towards diversity and equality in the MCU. Here is where we’ve come from, where we are now, and what can still be done.
At the turn of the century, the South started to make hip-hop bigger than music by advising the mainstream in a way no subculture ever had before.
The controversial and draconian app, backed by both Google and Apple, spells disaster for women’s rights in Saudi Arabia.
Despite the show’s good intentions and moderate success at breaking down barriers, it has yet to break down some major stereotypes.
This week’s college admissions scandal involving actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman goes to show that minority students aren’t stealing spots at dream schools—desperate housewives are.
The oft-neglected sub-genre of hip-hop might just be its most influential. Here’s why we can’t sleep on Southern hip-hop.
With the recent suicide of Prodigy’s Keith Flint, Qrewcial examines the need for an open mental health discussion and self-care for today’s musicians.
President Trump’s controversial border wall is more of a symbolic gesture of hypocrisy than effective counter-measure.
If the alleged “attack” on Jussie Smollett spelled a dark truth about hate crimes in America, what does his lie mean for those with targets already on their backs?
A little-known short directed by Cuarón may—and should—come back to haunt him, if only to rid a terrible stigma.
The bizarre interview with the fourteen-year-old viral rap star offers no value aside from illuminating the exploitative and click-hungry nature of some modern publications.
Why budget cuts in music education are short-sighted, scandalous, and will leave our children academically and culturally worse off.
Warren checked a box on a registration form claiming to be Native American, after identifying as white. That sentiment simmered in American minds.
ICE’s recent arrest of rapper 21 Savage has sparked debate on immigration reform and shined a spotlight on the intersection of blackness, immigration, and hip-hop culture.
Apple AirPods define a user experience and interface that exemplifies an ideal version of Orwellian dreams. What can we learn from them?