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After shooting threats, lawsuits, & many celebrities refusing to appear, Lifetime’s ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ premieres
Ahead of upcoming HBO documentary on Sandra Bland, her sisters reveal new details of the case
Hulu documentary ‘Minding the Gap’ powerfully explores the effect of toxic masculinity on boys
Inspired by Fox News attacks, Lebron James set to produce ‘Shut Up and Dribble’ docuseries
Sandra Bland documentary to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
Malcolm X documentary featuring never before seen footage allows his words to tell his story
Yance Ford becomes first trans director to receive an Oscar nomination
Viola Davis to produce docuseries exploring police brutality cases on TV One
Jay Z Will Produce A Documentary Series About Trayvon Martin
New Documentary Shines Light on LGBT Ballroom Culture
Mizzou Students Release Short Film Called ‘Concerned Student 1950’
New Documentary from NYTimes: ‘A Conversation With Black Women on Race’ [Video]
What “lackluster” #LightGirls was missing
Video: ‘Light Girls’ film to explore colorism in Black community
Producers seeking stories from young people of color for ‘Woke Up Black. Again.’
Video: Spike Lee releases ‘Throw Like a Girl’ documentary in honor of Mo’ne Davis
Spike Lee to make documentary on Mo’ne Davis and her Little League team
Friends help ‘Interrupters’ star Ameena Matthews battling cancer
Video: ‘Free Cece’ documentary calls attention to plight of trans, black people
Video: ’72 Percent’ documentary takes on ‘epidemic’ of black single parent
Video: documentary takes on ‘rules of racism’
Event: Face of Darkness – Journey to Healing
Emanuel aides, CNN producers script Chicagoland scenes according to emails
Worldstar Hip Hop Presents: ‘The Field: Violence, Hip Hop & Hope in Chicago’
Graduation: Voices and Images of Chicago Youth Violence
Watch FREE ANGELA DAVIS & ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS at UChicago TONIGHT at 6PM
Screening of Documentary WOKE UP BLACK at Harold Washington College on Feb. 25th!
WOKE UP BLACK Documentary Screening at Chicago Cultural Center Oct. 24th
New Documentary, ‘Soul Food Junkies’ : Is Soul Food Killing Us?
VIDEO: Filmmaker Captures Everyday Life on Chicago's South Side
I’ll always be the “angry” and “unreasonable” Black student when I call out racism on my campus
Comic: Stop mocking accessibility and mobility tools for the disabled and elderly
“Believe survivors” is inadequate for confronting the power dynamics that fuel sexual abuse
The siblings of disabled youth are committed to building more accessible worlds
Black folks die from broken hearts all the time
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