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REVIEW: ‘Our Flag Means Death’ resists performative representation to deliver comedy gold
HBO Max's 'Our Flag means Death' delivers a fresh comedy with dynamic queer and BIPOC characters—without making them fight for screen time.
‘Home From School’ shows the trauma of Indigenous boarding schools generations later
The documentary "Home From School: The Children of Carlisle" documents the generational trauma handed down by the first Native boarding school.
Zanele Muholi asks Denver to confront its identity politics with photo exhibit at CVA
For Denver's Month of Photography, the Center for Visual Art is hosting an exhibit by South African visual activist Zanele Muholi.
Opinion: Macklemore asks more from white Liberals, and we must heed that call
As Macklemore rapped in "Trump's Over Freestyle," white Liberals must leave the comfort of privilege and note their role in white supremacy.
Opinion: The ‘Cuties’ controversy is not only absurd, it’s dangerous
Netflix has faced backlash and an indictment in Texas in the wake of releasing the film 'Cuties.' Here's why the controversy is absurd.
Opinion: ‘WAP’ is a fierce sex-positive anthem, and it’s making conservatives cry
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have started a phenomenon with their new single "WAP," with some debating the essence of female sexuality.
Actress explores what a post-pandemic afrofuturist world might sound like
UK electronic musician Actress released his newest album "88" on July 16. The album provides a post-humanist glimpse of a world wrought by a pandemic and human's relationship with time.
Little Simz drops banging quarantine soundtrack
Little Simz began recording “Drop 6” in early April. It’s clear that the lack of proper studio access due to the pandemic limits the production.
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