Y'all, these wigs are worse than the ones in "Tyler Perry's A Fall From Grace."


The media star says that her post was only done positively.

UPDATE: (Weds 1:30 P.M.EST): Pepsi changed its tune Wednesday, noting that they were pulling the ad in a released statement. The statement, as quoted by NY Magazine, reads as follows: Pepsi was trying to project a global message of unity, peace and understanding. Clearly we missed the mark, and we apologize. We did not intend […]

Emily Bador "deeply and sincerely" apologizes for participating in cultural appropriation.

Let’s just say that when Black folks do this in public, they get a lot of reactions, but New York Times articles aren’t one of them.


Retail company Free People is out here selling a 10 pack of pink dreadlocks at $128 for festival season like they are Soon Ja from the beauty supply store on 125th Street in Harlem, New York.


Lupita won't stand for cultural appropriation.

16 years ago, the film Bring It On was schooling us without us even realizing it. The last time I watched Bring It On, a stunning realization smacked me in the face: This movie was about way more than pom-poms and spirit fingers. This film about a White, suburban cheerleading team from California deftly exemplified how […]