Illustrated by Isabella Carapella. Animation by Fredy Delgado Jr.
Cassils, Rafa Esparza and more than 80 other artists hope to elevate their statements about "the invisible violence taking place in our country right now."
Benj Pasek's digital seder raised over $3.5 million for the CDC Foundation and charmed millions with its theatrical and technical flair. Now, it could earn him EGOT status.
A new documentary, "Denise Ho: Becoming the Song," follows the singer-turned-pro-democracy advocate as she rebuilds her music career in troubled times.
MuggleNet and The Leaky Cauldron issued a joint statement denouncing Rowling's "harmful and disproven beliefs" on trans people.
Joci spent her entire life thinking something was wrong with her. When she learned there's a word for her romantic orientation, everything was different.
"There’s so many cool queer characters in the comic books, and they should have a place on screen," Thompson said.
He's faced obstacles because of race, sexuality and addiction. Here's how this chef says we can embrace inclusion.
The tradition of mutual aid is as old as the country itself because social inequity is baked into the system.
Cast members from 2006's "Cook Islands" remember the controversial decision to divide tribes by race and ethnicity.
Kenny Ortega always saw Ryan Evans, played by Lucas Grabeel, as LGBTQ. The filmmaker ultimately decided the teen would "come out in college."
In "I Used to Be Cool," the Welsh singer thirsts for a chiseled suitor while saluting the 1980s. The electro-pop track is featured on his new album, "Fun City."
Racism, injustice and brutality — experienced directly and indirectly — can have a lasting effect on a person's mental health.