Best known by fans for mercilessly tearing away beloved characters from television shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” and “How to Get Away with Murder,” Shonda Rhimes is one of television’s most successful producers and screenwriters.
While media outlets touted this year’s iteration of the show as a Beyoncé versus Adele showdown, Queen Bey’s multiple losses reflect the ever-present problem of institutionalized racism in the entertainment industry.
Image courtesy of EttaJamesVEVO via Youtube. It’s a little known fact that Rock and Roll as we know it would not have existed without the musical pioneers that preceded the genre; more specifically, blues musicians. Early rock bands, which were predominately white adaptations, are a clear and obvious copy of a musical genre originating in…
Here’s our pick of 9 British women we could watch move into the Tardis next year.
Ruth Negga’s portrayal of Mildred Loving has earned her countless accolades, including an Oscar nomination for Best Actress. She is the only woman of color nominated in the category this year.
“’Every time we get a chance to get ahead they move the finish line. Every time.’”
“Moonlight” is the first feature film McMillon has worked on, and she’s making history for it: McMillon is the first black woman ever nominated for an Oscar in Film Editing.
Just two days after the 2017 SAG awards where she won for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” Diane Guerrero spoke at UCLA about her new memoir, “In the Country We Love: My Family Divided.”
In our Tunesday series, we will highlight a musician, song, or album that is currently making us smile, reflect or wonder. This week, we will focus on the French artist Christine and The Queens and her song “iT”.
Almost a month following a year of many celebrity deaths, we have lost another iconic star. Mary Tyler Moore, the first woman to play an independent and capable working woman in mainstream media, died last Wednesday in Greenwich, Conn. at 80 years old.