Kenan Thompson is way off the mark in suggesting that the reason Saturday Night Live has too few black female comedians is that there aren't enough funny, talented black women for the job, Yesha Callahan argues at Clutch magazine.
Writing at Clutch magazine, Yesha Callahan describes the double standard regarding so-called black names and wonders why some of the nontraditional names that white parents give their children are not similarly critiqued.
Writing for Clutch magazine, Yesha Callahan rounds up the back-and-forth between advocates such as members of the Congressional Native American Caucus and the NFL brass they're lobbying to get the r-word removed from the football team's name.
The actress recently retweeted that the sentiment that someone "blacker" should play Nina Simone was "reverse racism at its best." Clutch magazine's Yesha Callahan wonders what it will take for the public to accept Saldana's identity, and the fact that Hollywood will do what it wants.