The R&B star has enjoyed fame despite decades of claims that he’s abused teenage girls. Why?
Several nominees of color won in major categories at the Golden Globes, including Regina King and Sandra Oh.
In the early 2000s, it was easier to mock the singer than wrestle with his alleged crimes. The documentary “Surviving R. Kelly” makes that difficult now.
In the six-part series, which is being broadcast on Lifetime this week, several women claim that the singer controlled or abused them.
But those movies were almost all directed by men, according to a report by the University of Southern California Annenberg Inclusion Initiative.
The book, “Showtime at the Apollo” by Ted Fox, is a tribute to the Harlem cultural institution, which celebrates its 85th anniversary this month.
In 2018, the rape accusation at the center of Barry Jenkins’s film became more complicated than James Baldwin could have imagined.
Denise Murrell’s interest in art, and its treatment of black people, led her to change careers and organize the exhibition “Posing Modernity.”
During Art Basel for his latest exhibition, the artist talked style and race, and recalled his run-in with a surprisingly un-diva-like Naomi Campbell.