The ‘Daily Wire’ pundit’s blown a gasket over the hip-hop anthem. It’s because “fear and fury toward Black female sexuality is commonplace, and has been,” writes Cassie da Costa.
The documentary “A Thousand Cuts” trails Maria Ressa, a reporter in the Philippines under attack by the Duterte regime. She opens up to Cassie da Costa about her fight for justice.
Acclaimed filmmaker Jayro Bustamante talks to Cassie da Costa about his latest, which explores Guatemala’s “Silent Holocaust” against the Mayan-Ixil through a ghost story.
There’s been a startling lack of mischievous, dissenting voices when it comes to Beyoncé’s visual album “Black Is King.” Cassie da Costa finds that troubling.
Former writers at Cards Against Humanity open up about how a Black employee’s habit of calling out racism in the cards’ jokes landed him in a psychiatric hospital against his will.
A new short film captures the irresistibly unique vibe of Paducah, Kentucky’s annual quilters’ gala, a delightful celebration filled with Christopher Guest characters come to life.
Nick Cannon and Ice Cube promoting anti-Semitic conspiracy theories. Diddy broadcasting Farrakhan. Anti-Semitism has no place in any anti-racist movement, writes Cassie da Costa.
Chinese filmmaker Diao Yi’nan’s latest, “The Wild Goose Lake”—streaming on Apple TV+—is a stylish and sophisticated neo-noir that sheds light on the city demonized by the right.
The “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star and #MeToo silence breaker has been roundly criticized for conflating the movement for Black lives with “Black supremacy.” He has much to learn.
The new documentary “Good Trouble” explores the civil rights hero turned congressman’s life and activism. It also reveals how Lewis’ adherence to the system has limited his work.