In a special episode of Netflix's "Lenox Hill," pregnant Dr. Mirtha Macri emerges as a hero of the COVID-19 pandemic. We spoke with her about the experience.
Country trio the Dixie Chicks removed a reference to the American South from its name after Lady A (formerly Lady Antebellum) recently did the same.
Hulu has pulled multiple episodes of the popular ABC medical series "Scrubs" after the creator vowed to remove installments of the show featuring blackface.
Disney announced a new theme based on "The Princess and the Frog" for Splash Mountain, long criticized for its association with the racist film "Song of the South."
El siguiente paso de Harry y Meghan: firmar con la agencia de discursos que representa a los Obama y los Clinton
Paul Tremblay wrote "Survivor Song," about a rabies-like pandemic and armed conspiracists who make it worse, before COVID-19 was even a thing.
Lauri Firstenberg, former director of LAXArt, will serve as curator and artistic director. Glenn Kaino will have inaugural installations.
Two years after the Los Angeles Times reverted to local ownership, the country's largest metropolitan daily newspaper is facing a painful internal reckoning over glaring deficiencies and missteps regarding race and representation in its pages and its staff.
"Gone With the Wind" is back on HBO Max, now with a four-and-a-half-minute introduction that discusses the film's history and racist depictions.
Jimmy Kimmel's defensive, strangely specific apology isn't enough; we need to talk about why comedians who believe they're not racist used blackface.