Over the weekend, a Facebook group called “Christian's Against the Little Mermaid (Boycott Halle Bailey)” reached over 50,000 members.
Harming the most marginalized creates little outrage in the country at large.
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" took a baby step in diversifying the Potter-verse, but for it and the rest of the industry, there's a ways to go.
So many of us deal with this struggle, but how often do we talk about it?
Hollywood has a problem with casting white actors in brown people's stories, so let's flip the switch and recast some famous white films with brown actors.
Our unresolved issues make the words "liberty and justice for all" seem like a lie.
"It's early, we're just beginning this conversation, but I think this is a place where Code Switch can do some real good. You know?"
We should make it clear that the concept of colorblindness isn’t just a white perspective to have or to talk about.
I'm calling BS on the "Ghost in the Shell" screenwriter's defense of why the main character is being whitewashed.
We, the movie-going audience, are getting sick and tired of this.
I just wish someone had told me years ago that this movie is crap, actually.
Here are the worst examples of whitewashing of 2015.