Marley for President.
Last month we wrote about 11-year-old activist Marley Dias, who launched a book drive to collect 1,000 books with black girl protagonists after she became frustrated with always "reading about white boys and dogs" in school.Read More
NASA has been helping California manage drought for years. So. There.
I've heard more than a few jokes from comedians this week about how it's too bad NASA can't ship the water on Mars to California. Turns out NASA has been helping California manage their droughts for years.Read More
Get ready for a hoverboard that goes sideways ...
It's cool to see Ahmed Mohamed encouraged to continue inventing and building in spite of his wrongful, ridiculous, racially-motivated arrest. In this video, Larry Wilmore checks in with Mohamed to find out how he's doing, and what he hopes to invent next.Read More
Larry Wilmore revealed the magic behind Fox News' otherworldly (read: utterly out of left field) views on the Black Lives Matter movement and the so-called "war on cops".Read More
Evan Young, valedictorian at Twin Peaks Charter Academy High School in Colorado, was never allowed to read his graduation speech because it included him coming out as gay. Of course, that backfired, and now his speech has reached a wider audience than ever intended with a reading at an Out Boulder fundraising event in the weeks following his graduation as well as this reading on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.Read More
Applications to Knowledge College ACCEPTED.
Larry Wilmore's take on slut shaming on The Nightly Show is spot-on.Read More
Hip-hop artist Jean Grae, comedian Mike Lawrence, Angela: Asgard's Assassin artist Phil Jimenez, and Marvel’s director of content and character development Sana Amanat showed up on Comedy Central's The Nightly Show to talk about the pushback against comics' move toward inclusivity and racial and gender diversity.Read More
After last week's news that TV and film audiences want diversity despite slow progress in making that happen, the findings of the Writers Guild of America are pretty hard to swallow: diversity among TV writers is incredibly low, and late night shows have the worst numbers.Read More