In this June 29, 2009 file photo, Spike Lee attends a special 20th anniversary screening of his film "Do the Right Thing" in New York. (AP Photo/Peter Kramer, File)
“I've been very encouraged by the diversity of the protesters. I haven't seen this diverse protests since when I was a kid,” Spike Lee said, citing the movements of the '60s.READ MORE
The film follows the former first lady’s journey in writing her memoirREAD MORE
Forest Whitaker’s character, Reverend Kennedy, gets involved when the Klan opens up a KKK museum right in the middle of town. Reverend Kennedy fights back not with hate or violence, hoping to show the Klan the error of their waysREAD MORE
'Another Day' is a short film following a young Black girl's experiences navigating through Portland's predominately White schoolsREAD MORE
The festival will be held Thursday through Sunday, February 20-23 at Harvey's Comedy ClubREAD MORE
This Feb. 23, 2000 file photo shows Jennifer Lopez in a Versace jungle dress of green silk chiffon at the 42nd Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
Lupita Nyong'o who wore a pale blue Prada dress at the Oscars in 2014 to accept her award for best supporting actress for "12 Years a Slave," was able to keep her gown, but most are expected to go back to ParisREAD MORE
The nation’s longest running film festival of its kind returns with 30 films and documentariesREAD MORE
Morgan Walker (School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls play at Kansas City Repertory Theatre) plays Ericka Boafo in 'School Girls'
The play runs from January 24 through February 16, with previews beginning January 18READ MORE
After #OscarsSoWhite campaign brought attention to lack of diversity the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences launched a major overhaul aimed at diversifying its overwhelmingly white, male, older membershipREAD MORE