#OscarsSoWhite

After a week of wondering whether Jada Pinkett Smith or Will Smith would respond to Chris Rock's jabs during his Oscars monologue, Jada has finally broken her silence.

As host of the 88th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles, actor Chris Rock tackled diversity in Hollywood, delivering a stinging monologue.

The Oscars are less-than 24 hours away and outshining any buzz surrounding who will win what is the important conversation on the long-running lack of…

This year's #OscarsSoWhite controversy has sparked a lot of conversation about actors and actresses (past and present) who should have received acknowledgement from the prestigious award show.

Chris Rock is posting cryptic tweets referencing his plans to acknowledge the #OscarsSoWhite controversy as the host of the Academy Awards.

Jada Pinkett Smith is doing everything she can to advance people of color forward.

POTUS strongly believes that when “everyone’s story is told that makes for better art.”

Even though "Straight Outta Compton" is an Oscar nominated film, the cast nor the producers were invited to the awards ceremony.

Chris Rock is not giving up his gig hosting the Oscars. Instead, he’s going to flip up the entire show to highlight #OscarsSoWhite. A number of Black artists are choosing to skip the 2016 Oscars in protest of the Academy Awards lack of diversity among the field nominees. There are so few people of color […]

Let's not pretend that Pinkett-Smith hasn't consistently advocated for Black people, especially girls and women.

The #Oscarssowhite movement gained major traction over the past few days with big-name celebrities weighing in on the controversy.