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YouTuber Kian Lawley Has Been Dropped From The Hate U Give Over Racist Video

Actor and YouTube personality Kian Lawley has reportedly been fired from the upcoming film adaptation of the YA hit The Hate U Give after a video surfaced of him making racist jokes, including repeated use of the N-word.

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Things We Saw Today: The List of 2017’s Best-Selling Graphic Novels Proves What We Already Knew: Diversity Sells

The list of top-selling comics tells us what we've been insisting for just about forever: diversity sells, both when it comes to characters and the real-life teams behind them. Publishing books from creators of color or ones that feature female leads is not a charity. These books make money. A lot of it.

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Rachel Crooks Accused Trump of Sexual Harassment & No One Listened. Now She’s Running for Office.

"I think my voice should have been heard then, and I'll still fight for it to be heard now. Americans are really upset with politics as usual, and I want to be a voice for them."

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Why Are People So Upset Over This T-Mobile Super Bowl Commercial Advocating Equality?

During yesterday's Super Bowl, T-Mobile dedicated their ad time to the issue of equality. In their commercial, titled "#LittleOnes," Kerry Washington gives a voice-over pep talk to a group of babies.

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Things We Saw Today: Things Are Not Looking Good for That Winchester Movie We Were so Excited About

We've been anxiously awaiting the release of Helen Mirren's Winchester Mystery House supernatural thriller, which opened today. So we're devastated by the reviews of the movie which are overwhelmingly not great. In fact, they're terrible.

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Tracee Ellis Ross Is Directing Her First Episode of black-ish

The episode will be titled "Fifty-Three Percent."

Already serving as one of the show's stars and executive producers, Tracee Ellis Ross announced that she'll be directing an episode of black-ish later this season.

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Ivanka Trump Says Black History Month Is About “All Americans” & That Went Over About as Well as You’d Expect

Ivanka Trump couldn't even get ONE DAY into Black History Month without pandering to the All Live Matter base who feel left out when a thing isn't designed specifically for them.

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All the Best Good Place Fan Theories Waiting to Be Destroyed by Tonight’s Finale

Will there be a big twist in tonight's Good Place season finale?

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This Thread Expertly Breaks Down the Real-World Logistics of Fighting in a Ball Gown

Disney Princess Warriors.

We're all about the intersection between entertainment fashion and real-world practicality when it comes to costumes for female characters, especially when we're talking about armor and other battle attire. (Wonder Woman Amazons, anyone?)

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Octavia Spencer Wants to Buy Out a Movie Theater in Mississippi so Kids Can “See Themselves” In Black Panther

Last year, Octavia Spencer bought out a theater showing of Hidden Figures to ensure black children could see themselves represented onscreen. Now she's doing it again with Black Panther.

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Hillary Clinton Addressed Sexual Harassment in Her Campaign & I Wish I Weren’t So Disappointed

As a huge fan of Hillary Clinton, I want for this statement to not disappoint me. I want to find ways to justify it, to fill in the gaps and take it upon myself to presume what she must have really meant in the bits that fall short. But we can't do that.

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Stephen Colbert & Trevor Noah Went Live Last Night With the Only State of the Union Analysis You Need

Last night, both Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah forewent their usual pretapings in order to go live with commentary on Trump's State of the Union address.

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Tonight’s State of the Union Boycott Might Be the Largest of its Kind

Good trouble.

Twelve lawmakers are planning to make a statement with their absence tonight, and many more have protests planned for the event itself.

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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Is Calling Out Hypocrisy in How Washington Politicizes Sexual Abuse

Gillibrand says the silence from Republicans is "deafening" when it comes to the allegations against Steve Wynn.

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What Is This Time-Travelling Friendzone Garbage?

It's like Groundhog Day but way less interesting.

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Tom Hanks Will Star in a Mister Rogers Biopic & We Want to Live Inside This Movie

Perfect casting is perfect.

Start stocking up on tissues now.

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What Is The Good Place’s Long Game?

It's basically impossible to speculate on what this show will do next. That doesn't mean we won't try.

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Things We Saw Today: Now You Can Take an Online Version of That Get Out-Inspired College Seminar

Does the idea of a college course on Jordan Peele's Get Out, titled "Sunken Place: Racism, Survival, and Black Horror Aesthetic," have your nerd juices flowing? Then we have some good news.

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It’s Women Who Are Hurt Most When the #MeToo Movement Is Treated Like Clickbait

Reporters are now scrambling to uncover sexual misconduct in all fields (as they should!), and in the process, many are displaying a disturbing lack of interest in the humanity of the survivors they're interviewing or discussing.

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New Handmaid’s Tale Season 2 Casting Hints at Some Existing Book-Based Plot Lines

When the second season of Handmaid's Tale was announced, we were beside ourselves with excitement. Still, there were questions. Namely, what would this new season entail? Would it create new plotlines or dive further into unexplored subplots from Margaret Atwood's book?

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