A special ice cream flavor that Walmart is promoting for Juneteenth has many people across social media up in arms over the audacity. 

Following an IG post from popular fashion satire account @diet_prada that critiqued Kim Kardashian's new 'Vogue' cover spread, many people agreed that it blatantly ripped off famous images of Black women. What many weren't expecting though was a like from pioneering Black supermodel Naomi Campbell.

Arts & Entertainment

It’s not often that we see Oprah Winfrey wince, so to speak, when she’s faced with criticism. Lately, however, she’s been showing signs of being vulnerable. A couple of weeks ago she backed out of a #MeToo documentary that spotlighted alleged sexual abuses by media mogul Russell Simmons. Now she’s taking a different tack now that […]

Life & Style

NEW YORK (AP) — Kerby Jean-Raymond of Pyer Moss has called out Imran Amed, founder and editor in chief of the influential publication The Business of Fashion, for cultural appropriation and other grievances after a series of encounters culminating at a gala as Paris Fashion Week came to a close. The black designer’s list was […]


Rachel Dolezal is done with her name for good now. Court papers retrieved by DailyMail.com confirm Ms. Dolezal is now Nkechi Amare Diallo. Nkechi is short for Nkechinyere, which is a name that originates from the Igbo language of Nigeria. It means “what god has given” or “gift of god.” Diallo means “bold” and is of Fula […]

Although it has happened that magazines, blogs and online sites have misidentified one Black celebrity for another, they usually do share a racial background For Blackhair magazine, though an even more embarrassing situation happened recently. They accidentally used a white cover model. To be fair, the white cover model looked as though, with her hair […]

Let’s just say that when Black folks do this in public, they get a LOT of reactions, but New York Times articles aren’t one of them.

The students of Yale University used their voices to speak out against several instances of racial injustice on the Ivy League campus.

Slang always becomes less fun when it hits the mainstream, doesn't it?

Entertainment News

Elle Canada became the latest magazine to culturally appropriate Black fashion, when it called Dashikis the new it-item.

Entertainment News

In this week's news of cringe-worthy cultural appropriation: Allure magazine ran the article "You (Yes, You) Can Have An Afro" in its August issue

Entertainment News

Andy Cohen thought he was doing Kylie Jenner a solid when he defended the reality star against culture appropriation accusations fired off by Hunger Games actress Amandla Stenberg.  Kylie recently posted a pic of herself on Instagram rockin’ cornrows, and Stenberg posted a comment under the photo which said: “when you appropriate black features and […]