First Post, News Feature, Posted: Apr 13, 2013
This year, Fatima Shaik came to India for the first time to try and solve the mystery in her family tree.
Black America Web, News Report, Posted: Apr 09, 2013
Country star Brad Paisley’s new single “Accidental Racist,” a duet with LL Cool J on his new album “Wheelhouse,” out today, is making headlines.
The Root, News Report, Posted: Apr 05, 2013
Roger Ebert could make or break a film with a few choice words, but that shouldn't take away from his thoughtfulness and insightfulness in reviewing films, including black movies.
AsianConnections, Commentary, Posted: Apr 05, 2013
Roger Ebert stood up against the double standard imposed upon “ethnic” films, writes the commentator.
New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Mar 29, 2013
In the midst of war, Sudanese artists are reclaiming their space and cultivating a renaissance within their society.
India-West, News Report, Posted: Mar 26, 2013
Bollywood actresses Freida Pinto and Priyanka Chopra have teamed up with the likes of Anne Hathaway, Meryl Streep and other leading names to narrate the new documentary, "Girl Rising."
TC Daily Planet, News Report, Posted: Mar 25, 2013
You can farm the same land over and over but once you mine it, it's gone," a Wisconsin woman told filmmaker Jim Tittle. Born and raised on a farm that's been in her family for generations, she represents one of the positions explored in his documentary, The Price of Sand, which focuses on Wisconsin conflict over silica mines, small towns and money — a conflict now playing out in southeastern Minnesota and in the Minnesota legislature.
India-West, News Report, Posted: Mar 23, 2013
Bikram Choudhury, founder of Bikram Yoga and creator of the famed “Hot Yoga” program popular with A-list Hollywood celebrities, is being sued by a former student who claims the 67-year-old yoga instructor repeatedly made sexual advances to her, and denied her employment when she spurned him.
The Root, News Report, Posted: Mar 19, 2013
Lifetime's new Preachers' Daughters focuses on church girls and sex while letting boys off the hook.
Iexaminer.org, News Report, Posted: Mar 11, 2013
“Fukushima: Memories of the Lost Landscape,” a film documenting the tsunami and earthquake disasters’ aftermath, starts out like a web cam video blog, showing filmmaker Yojyu Matsubayashi in his Tokyo apartment some 140 miles away riding out the shaking and aftershocks.
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