2018 will go down in history as the Vote as if your life depends on it with good reason. Our country is divided, Donald Trump has worn people out, but as our Vinnie Chaffee notes, it's not about who you vote for but just getting off your butt and doing it. This is the time it really matters.
Thundercats fans are in an uproar after the Cartoon Network released its first look at the Thundercats Roar reboot and Marius Marionella has plenty to say about this looming catastrophe.
When celebrities use #MeToo and #TimesUp like Mo'Nique only to shame Netflix for a bigger paycheck, it's only a matter of time before these movements implode.
The Breakfast Club's Charlamagne tha God continues showing the biggest perpetrators of colorism in the black community are black men.
While the millennial generation is often seen as narcissistic, why should we carry this trait into our feminist movement?
Much has been made with the Aziz Ansari situation, but voicing an opinion either way seems to create a huge social media frenzy. This only shows that we need to start figuring out how to create solutions before a backlash comes up against the #MeToo and Time's Up movement.
What we've learned about Donald Trump in 2017 will only validate our beliefs in 2018 about the president who has done more damage to America than any other in history.
After making his famous 'shithole' comment, Donald Trump scambles to claim he's not racist, but what he's actually proven is that he is truly our worst president in America's history.
Cardi B is our Hero of the week for being such an inspiration for Latina and Caribbean girls while Elijah 'Young Hollywood' Sarraga is our Zero this week for trying to homogenize the look of artist Amara La Negra with 'more Beyoncé and less Macy Gray' comment.
2018 began with Tariq Nasheed and Umar Johnson need a true 'woke' up call.