Combating the underrepresentation of people of color in the entertainment industry is an important goal, but the way we go about it is equally important.
What might be the real-world harm of racial essentialism in a fantasy role-playing game? What does it take to confront the Veil?
Is this new medium reducing art to a formulaic hunt for virality or is it inspiring innovation and increasing independent artists' opportunity for exposure?
Corporations often try to brand themselves as inclusive and progressive, but is there any substance behind these labels or is it all just marketing?
A new movement has developed around shoplifting as an anti-corporate political protest. Does it work? Can it?
There are a multitude of pleasures that we might feel bad about engaging in, but not all activities carry the same moral weight. And many are not simply a private affair.
NBC's show explores all manner of philosophical quandary, but focuses especially on the meaning of life and the morality in mortality.
Songs like Band Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas" attempt to harness holiday sentiment to support charitable causes. Should they?
Are black female artists fueling the jezebel stereotype or attempting to reclaim the narrative surrounding their sexuality?
Battle lines are being drawn, but what is the generational conflict really all about?