Celia Cruz, ‘the Queen of Salsa’, receives Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

Thirteen years after her death, Celia Cruz will be honored with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s award show.

“Each year, the Academy has the distinct privilege of honoring those who have greatly contributed to our industry and cultural heritage, and this year we have a gifted and brilliant group of honorees,” President/CEO of the Recording Academy Neil Portnow said according to The Latin Times. “Their exceptional accomplishments, contributions, and artistry will continue to influence and inspire generations to come.”

ICYMI: Franchesca Ramsey has the perfect nail tutorial to explain #OscarsSoWhite

This year’s Oscars nominations are so lacking in diversity that it is almost shocking. Now, two years in a row, the #OscarsSoWhite narrative is fitting. This short video from YouTube blogger and magical Black girl, Franchesca Ramsey (@Chescaleigh), shows just how White these nominations truly are using nail polish to tell the story. It’s both funny and sad.

Watch the full video below:

The 2016 Oscar nominations prove the Academy’s diversity problem

For the second year in a row, the annual Oscars ceremony will be unmistakably…white.

The Academy Award nominations were announced early Thursday morning. Snubs, no doubt, are expected. Upsets happen. But in the midst of growing criticism for Hollywood’s lack of diversity, it’s hard not seeing this year’s nominations as egregious erasure.

Elle’s Covers Are Great But Women of Color Need More from Media

Taraji P Henson and Viola Davis were featured on the covers of Elle’s Women of TV January issue.  Having Davis, Henson, along with Priyanka Chopra, another woman of color, is a step forward in representing diversity in magazines and television shows. However, this fight for equality in representation is nowhere near being finished.