The egomaniacal rapper who throws tantrums about the racist fashion industry during his concerts reportedly was cool with French A.P.C. designer Jean Touitou’s use of “n--ga” in his latest menswear collection.
Michael Arceneaux, in a piece at Ebony, likens singer Chris Brown's fans to enablers. They protested his arrest this weekend in Washington, D.C., after he apparently had an altercation. "A 'Free Chris Brown!' rally? Really?
Michael Arceneaux, at News One, writes a satirical admonishment of GOP Rep. Kevin Cramer for invoking a biblical quote to support his calls to drastically cut food stamps for the young, elderly and poor.
Michael Arceneaux, writing at Ebony, checks CNN's Don Lemon for urging blacks to stop using the n-word. Arceneaux says that it's a cultural term of affection, and the last thing African Americans need is for one of their own to speak down to them.
Michael Arceneaux, in a piece for Ebony, describes how, contrary to popular belief, not all gay people are rich white men living the good life. He uses findings from a Williams Institute report to draw attention to the nonwhite members of the gay community and the economic constraints they face.
In a piece for Ebony, Michael Arceneaux sheds light on former Chairman of the Republican National Committee Michael Steele's problem with his successor. Apparently Priebus is getting breaks that eluded Steele.
Michael Arceneaux couldn't believe his ears when Hill told a judge that she was the descendant of slaves, and that's why she couldn't pay her taxes on her healthy income. At Ebony, Arceneaux begs the troubled singer to come back to reality -- you know, where people pay their bills and such.
Ebony's Michael Arceneaux writes an open letter to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, saying that banning soda and cigarettes is fine, but if he really cared, ending "stop and frisk" would be a better message.