Bridgit Antoinette Evans and Tracy Van Slyke are using their business Pop Culture Collaborative to change Hollywood.
No need to qualify how your privilege is actually not as privilege-y as we think.
The "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" actor was not happy that Adam Venit still has his job after the Hollywood agent allegedly groped him last year.
The Oscar winner is the first Black actress in Hollywood to publicly speak out against the movie mogul's unwanted sexual advances.
The two-time Emmy winner is no stranger to racking up accolades—and they keep coming!
From "227" to "American Crime Story," the entertainer is one of the most respected actresses and directors in Hollywood.