For the millionth time we ask of this president: Are you clinically insane, or just so much of a liar that you believe your own lies? No matter, “President” Trump has done it again, just making shit up and sticking it to former President Obama while he’s at it.
President’s Day isn’t until Monday, but most of the best apparel sales have already started. Here are our favorites so far, and we’ll keep updating this post as we find more.
On the same day we flocked to theaters our Wakandan finest to see Black Panther, Build-A-Bear announced the release of a Black Panther teddy that is totes adorbs.
Devante Smith-Pelly was subjected to racist taunts from fans at the United Center in Chicago during Saturday’s Capitals-Blackhawks tilt, according to a report from the Washington Post:
Everyone black, black-adjacent, or alive who has seen Black Panther knows that it is beyond.
Out the mouth of babes, they say.
It is all Black Panther everything all President’s Day weekend here at The Root. (That’s no coincidence, btw. Wakanda forever!) At this point, all of our staff has seen the film—some of us, multiple times. That said, we realize not all of you have, so gird your loins, because we’re about to talk Dora Milaje. We’ll try…
Singer R. Kelly’s alleged ebony sex palace, believed to be the place where the R&B singer kept a harem of women for his carnal pleasure, has been hit with eviction papers.
There is vibranium-level energy around Black Panther as millions of melanated people flock to theaters. Of course, most bask in the black pride, love, and community of the film, but some are taking advantage of crowd sizes to enact political action.
It’s telling how fascinated Donald Trump and the people connected to him seem to be with the suspected sexual prowess and/or deviance of black men.
The chief of staff for Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin retired on Friday amid accusations that she was involved in a travel scandal which involved the secretary’s wife.
It’s been awhile since I was so excited for a movie that I saw it twice in its opening week. While waiting to pre-purchase tickets for Black Panther, I developed an unhealthy obsession with Fandango, and my wallet wept when the Funko POP! figures were released. I was excited to go to Wakanda, y’all, and Wakanda did…
Guess it’s Jamie Foxx’s policy not to talk about his longtime lady friend.
Comic books have struggled with diversity since Famous Funnies was released in the United States in 1933. However, the past few years have finally seen some cracks in the proverbial glass ceiling as black culture has permeated into the mainstream of the comic book universe. From Marvel’s reimagining of classic rap…
The ongoing national debate over race and Confederate monuments reared its ugly head during this year’s Mardi Gras. Some of the infamous beads thrown into the crowds reflected the image of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee to protest the removal of his statue from New Orleans’ most prominent traffic circle, which has…
I will admit that I am late to the game when it comes to Tinder. I heard about it when it first popped on the scene, and I have friends who have had some success using the dating app, but I was still hesitant to use it for myself.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents are continuing the business of cracking down on undocumented immigrant workers and the employers that hire them. The latest targets of federal immigration audits are businesses in the Los Angeles area.
We all know it’s a white man’s world, but through our magic, women of color manage to make this world ours. From Black Panther being an ode to black women, to women of color taking over the 2018 Winter Games, it’s hard to deny the power of women right now.