Filmmaker Chris Kahunahana is blazing a trail for Native Hawaiians in film and TV. He opens up about his new film “Waikiki” and challenging Hollywood’s portrayal of his homeland.
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According to some parts of Twitter, Hasan Piker’s decision to buy a $3 million home in the heart of Los Angeles was unethical.
Spare us the racesplaining letters, bullshit apologies, and offensive lack of consequences. Italy stands out in the football world for its racial ignorance.
He’s stopped talking about how we need to assimilate more and started objecting to portraying us as “perpetual foreigners,” but he’s kept using his identity as a political prop.
The former presidential candidate and New York City mayoral candidate lists his favorite billionaires, refuses to take a stance on apartheid, and more in his interview with Ziwe.
It can be a hard life here for courageous working-class migrant Korean women, and especially for those without documents.
Fans are so angry about the “Americanization” of football they forced the postponement of the biggest game in the league—will the hatred bubble up again during Thursday’s rerun?
Unable to leave their ships during the pandemic, and unable to return to their families, thousands of seafarers have been left to fend for themselves in nightmarish conditions.
COVID-free New Zealand is off limits to the world—unless you’re one of the billionaires behind the teams racing in this year’s America’s Cup, welcomed in as “essential workers.”
Not only do these artisans sell gorgeous handcrafted jewelry, but ethical and sustainable practices are a core part of their brands.