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@SpikeLee Launches #FeeltheBern Ad w Belafonte @LSarsour @ShaunKing

Movie director Spike Lee has directed a new ad for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) featuring Harry Belafonte, Eric Garner's daughter Erica, Linda Sarsour and...

Media and Gun Policy?: A Conversation with Charlton McIlwain

Photo: Charlton McIlwain, Associate Professor, Media Culture and Communication at New York University How did media policy and gun policy merge?  POLITICO's Mike Allen (@MikeAllen) reports...

How Did Media Policy and Gun Policy Merge?

POLITICO's Mike Allen (@MikeAllen) reports Vice President Biden will meet with former Sen. Chris Dodd of the Motion Picture Association of America; National Cable Television Association...

Searching for Cesar Chavez’s Better Way

Millions of Americans pause to reflect and honor the legacy of a tireless advocate for the poor and underrepresented

Run to Red Tails

We vote with our pocketbooks. Vote for Red Tails. Forget the criticism you may encounter in other movie reviews and focus on one thing: This...

Robert Cornegy: The Next of Brooklyn’s Finest?

It was the folks at PolitickerNY who first broke the story that longtime New York state Assemblywoman Annette Robinson was about ready to call...

Protect IP Act: Minorities Who Produce It, Should Get Paid For...

Debate has recently centered on the Protect IP Act of 2011. Finally, something with teeth that will protect minority content creators from getting ripped off.

Tyler Perry Hollywood’s Richest Man?

Tyler Perry, most famously known for his roles as Madea, a foul-mouthed grandmother in films written and directed by him, has topped Forbes’ list...

Marable Paints Compelling Picture of Malcolm X in New Work

Marables account of Malcolm uses historiography to describe him as a proud and politically brazen man whose life’s circumstances yielded a tight response to adversity unlike any other figure of his time.

Wanted: 80,000 African American Male Teachers by 2015

The TEACH Campaign has set out to encourage 80,000 African American males to pursue careers in education, specifically in the classroom, by the year 2015.