Jeymes Samuel’s riveting new film ‘The Harder They Fall’ refuses to acknowledge race, but its Blackness is difficult to ignore. (Zero spoilers ahead.)

Jonathan Majors and Zazie Beetz in ‘The Harder They Fall’ / Photo: Netflix

Frank L. Fleming went from transforming Denzel into Malcolm X to making Raising Kanan Black television’s best dressed.

Photo courtesy of Frank L. Fleming

A European-rooted holiday that began with disguised White people welcoming devils into their homes? No thanks.

Photo by Tandem X Visuals on Unsplash

Last month, a Black man was killed by a White man in Oregon because he complimented the man’s White girlfriend. Sound familiar?

Photo: Mamie Till-Mobley / Public Domain

Photo Credit: Jim McIsaac

Late and incongruent decision-making has caused the President to fumble the country’s Haiti relief and border crisis (again)

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Bonsu Thompson

Bonsu Thompson is a writer, producer, Brooklynite and 2019 Sundance Screenwriters Lab fellow.

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