Topic: Television

Black Women and Sex — Does Empire Show it All?

Nov. 9, 2015

Empire’s Gabourey Sidibe’s character Becky finally got that good good.

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Subverting the Script: ‘Homeland’ Graffiti Artists Use Same Techniques as Native Americans

Oct. 26, 2015

On a recent “Homeland” episode, Carrie Mathison strode purposefully past a wall scrawled with a rather incongruous message: “Homeland is racist.”

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This Is the Day to Address Bullying of LGBT Youth

Oct. 15, 2015

The latest "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" episode shows Caitlyn Jenner and her stepdaughter Khloe Kardashian finally reconciling hard feelings about things Jenner said when the transformed star came out as a transgender woman in grand fashion,...

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Cookie Lyon of Fox's 'Empire' Sheds Rare Light on Black Women's Incarceration and Reentry

March 27, 2015

Lee Daniels’s blockbuster Empire, an over-the-top soap opera featuring a prominent African American family in the rap world, has tackled a variety of subjects that most mainstream black shows fear to tread — such as homophobia and psychiatric...

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The most important lesson of Shondaland: Women can’t have it all

Jan. 29, 2015

Shonda Rhimes is doing something no one else is doing — making shows that are honest about the sacrifices people make.

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