Ellen Pompeo Prefers For ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ To Be ‘Less Preachy’ When Addressing Important Issues

By Melissa Romualdi. 41 secs ago On the latest episode of Ellen Pompeo’s podcast, “Tell Me With Ellen Pompeo”, the actress answered a fan question on which issue she’d like to see “Grey’s Anatomy” address next. “This is a tricky question to answer,” said Pompeo, who’s starred in the medical drama since its debut in 2005. […]

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Soledad O’Brien’s Matter of Fact Listening Tour Closes with Final Conversations on Social Justice Activism

This content is imported from YouTube. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. Remember 2020? That summer when America broiled with long-overdue conversations and protests about racial justice and police brutality following the murder of George Floyd? […]

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Wunmi Mosaku on Police Reform and the We Own This City Finale: “Not Enough Has Changed”

To watch, in real time, Wunmi Mosaku grasp at hope is to witness an uncanny echo of her work onscreen. In Lovecraft Country, Luther, and even Loki, the Nigerian-British actress plays characters grappling with the ugly reality before them: Do they work to topple the system, or learn to survive within it? Perhaps no role […]

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Olivier Rousteing, Brandice Daniel, and Victor Glemaud Revisit Fashion’s Racial Reckoning

Less than two weeks ahead of the second anniversary of George Floyd’s death, which spawned a global reckoning over racism and policy brutality, and on a smaller but nonetheless visible scale, a lack of diversity within the fashion industry, an impressive range of talent, including Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing, gathered at Parsons School of […]

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The undersung talents of Yeun Biao – Hong Kong action star

Watching as the actor and martial artist completes his fifth or sixth consecutive standing backflip over a skipping rope during a comedic training set-piece, it might occur to many that the name Yuen Biao should be one more synonymous with the Hong Kong action comedy, with all its Olympian feats of athleticism. His name is […]

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La Mif

Fred Baillif’s third fiction feature is a riveting and bristling examination of trauma and the need for familial intimacy. Sarah Gavron’s Rocks had neglected teenage girls telling a gritty but optimistic tale of a makeshift family. Fred Baillif’s similarly-styled La Mif initially appears to be its Swiss counterpart, yet slowly reveals itself as a far […]

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Research Shows Gun Violence and Misogyny Are Closely Linked. It’s Time to Make Sure Abusers Can’t Buy Guns

Cunt. Whore. Bitch. These are just some of the words my fellow Moms Demand Action volunteers and I have been called over the past nine years. We’ve become experts on the nexus between misogyny and gun culture because we’ve lived it—in person and online—since the day we decided to stand up to the gun lobby. […]

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YG Rallies Against Police Brutality in ‘FTP’ Video

7 mins ago Music Videos No justice, no peace. YG leads the revolt against police brutality and systematic racism in the video for his protest anthem “FTP (F**k the Police),” which was shot during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Hollywood on June 7. The rally, which he organized alongside Black Lives Matter Los Angeles, brought […]

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