With Ice Cube, LL and now Magic Johnson, Black star power has a bigger chance to make history.
Gentrification is a real socio-economic concern, but the colonizer wants what it wants no matter what.
‘When They See Us’, the award-winning director’s next project, just dropped its first trailer.
In America, money is power, so Serena Williams’ power moves are actually Black power moves.
The streaming service is releasing a series featuring four super hero girls from Africa.
Actor Allen Maldonado talks to TSL about how the show has changed his life over the past year.
The Notre Dame fire garners nearly a billion in donations, which got our cultural spider senses tingling.
The album coincides with her Netflix documentary of the same name.
Me Too movement has made Sony think about sexual depictions of women in future video games
The former veteran TE continues to rep for the community in New Orleans.
Our boy Billy from down in Washington, DC breaks down the final season of Game of Thrones in the way that only he can.
An underappreciated classic turns 20 years old today.
Martellus Bennett is an All-Pro both on and off the field.
Played by actor Jacob Lattimore, Emmett of “The Chi” is easily the dumbest brother on TV at first glance.
Trail Blazers center Meyers Leonard joins the long list of athletes who’ve started investing into esports.
They join Loki, Wanda and Vision as other Marvel characters slated to get their own shows.
HBO blessed us with the official trailer for the highly anticipated documentary.
Former Ohio State standout says he’s done with being a racist twitter troll.
Trump’s MAGA madness cancels MLB’s historic deal that allows Cuban players to be signed without defecting.
I hope his memory inspires more good work in Crenshaw and communities like it.
The end of Johnson Publishing is a sad day for the culture.
Happy Birthday to the 11-time Grammy Award winner.
Beyond his music, Nipsey resonated because of his political consciousness and leadership.
With numbers that only make up 6 percent of the total student body population, Black students will be affected the most.
Shazam! is a well-made departure from the morbidity of recent Marvel and DC Cinematic offerings.