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I'm Married To A Divorce Attorney. This Is What Our Marriage Is Like

Divorce attorneys are experts on marriage. After all, every day in their offices, they see the petty squabbles and simmering issues that can easily bring down a long-term relationship. What have they learned from their day jobs? We recently...Show More Summary

Beyoncé Spotlight - #BlackHistoryMonth

Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, better known as Beyoncé, is perhaps the most famous American singer and songwriter in modern pop music. The superstar rose to fame as the centerpiece of the female supergroup Destiny’s Child in the 1990’s. Show More Summary

Michael Moore Wants To Help You Find Your Next Anti-Trump Protest

For HuffPost’s #LoveTakesAction series, we’re telling stories of how people are standing up to hate and supporting those most threatened. What will you stand up for? Tell us with #LoveTakesAction. There’s now a site for people who are...Show More Summary

This 6-Year-Old's Selena-Themed Birthday Party Is Giving Us Major Goals

A Texas girl got a lot more than fotos y recuerdos after her parents threw her a Selena-themed birthday bash that’s gone viral. Ayvah Vega celebrated her sixth birthday with a party inspired by the Queen of Tejano music. The celebration...Show More Summary

Can You Guess The Oscar-Nominated Films Just From These Emojis?

Even if you’re not actively aware of it, you use emojis to tell stories every day. But can you identify stories using those same emojis? On Sunday, Hollywood honors 2016’s best on-screen stories. Can you guess the Oscar-nominated films...Show More Summary

Trump Administration Proposes Social Media Checks On Chinese Visitors

A new proposal from the Trump administration would increase screenings on visitors from China. The notice from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection details a proposition to ask Chinese visitors on business or tourism visas for their...Show More Summary

Sidney Poitier's Daughter On The Groundbreaking Life Lessons Of 'Guess Who's Coming To Dinner'

At the height of the civil rights movement in 1967, Sidney Poitier defied the odds with his role in “Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner.” Earlier this month, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment commemorated the film’s 50th anniversary with the release of a special edition DVD. Show More Summary

Thousands Rally At Anti-Trump 'Not My Presidents Day' Events

Many people typically see Presidents Day as a chance to honor great leaders or enjoy a three-day weekend. But this year, thousands of people are marking the holiday by protesting President Donald Trump. “Not My Presidents Day” rallies...Show More Summary

Here's How To Find The Town Hall Protest Near You This Week

While Congress is in recess this week, the voters back home will be demanding answers from their representatives. Activists have organized dozens of rallies targeting members of Congress at town hall meetings and other appearances, building...Show More Summary

Museums Celebrate The Black Women Artists History Has Overlooked

On the first day of Black History Month, the good people at Google blessed the internet with a doodle honoring Edmonia Lewis, the first woman of African-American and Native American descent to earn global recognition as a fine arts sculptor. Lewis,...Show More Summary

What It's Like To Exist And Date Outside Of The Gender Binary

What’s it like to navigate the world while embodying a gender identity that falls outside of a cisgender male/female binary? While no experience is universal, these five people who all identify outside of the gender binary are opening up about their lives in a new video. Show More Summary

Watch All The 2017 Best Picture Oscar Nominees' Trailers

The race is on. In less than a week, nine contenders will compete for Best Picture at the 2017 Academy Awards. It’s shaping up to be an exciting battle ? one where a lot of attention has been placed on “La La Land” and “Moonlight.” One...Show More Summary

The Border Is A Constitution-Free Zone For Agents Who Shoot And Kill. But Maybe Not For Long.

CIUDAD JUÁREZ, Mexico — María Guadalupe Güereca wanted to hold her son. Instead, Mexican police held her back from the crime scene. So she watched him from above the canal that carries the Rio Grande between the American city of El Paso,...Show More Summary

Beyoncé And Her Baby Bump Stole The Show At The All-Star Game

Even the NBA All-Stars couldn’t steal the spotlight away from Beyoncé and her family this weekend. Bey, Blue Ivy and Jay-Z all sat courtside at the NBA All-Star game on Sunday in New Orleans to take in a little basketball action. The...Show More Summary

CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY: BLACK PEOPLE ARE NO MORE CORRUPT THAN WHITES. It Is "The Black Racial Services Machine Oligarchy" That Fosters A Cosy Environment Where CORRUPTION IS FOMENTED As The MASSES OF BLACK PEOPLE Are Deceived Into Fusing Their

ANOTHER HIGH STAKES CONTRACTING SCANDAL IN ATLANTA KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE "CIVIL RIGHTS PHARISEES" IF THEY REALLY CARED ABOUT TRANSPARENCY IN GOVERNANCE:..... ON THE HIGH ROAD - THEY AS 'JUSTICE WATCH DOGS' SHOULD BE FOCUSED ON PURGING...Show More Summary

Casting “Moonlight” and the Intersectionality of Black Masculinity

'Moonlight is already up for eight Oscars, but if there were an Academy Award for casting, it’d probably get a nomination in that category, too. The production team had to cast six actors to play two different characters as they age from childhood to adolescence to adulthood. Show More Summary

In 'Get Out,' Jordan Peele Tackles The 'Human Horror' Of Racial Fear

'Jordan Peele discusses his new film, Get Out, in which he addresses the politics of race. It's about an African-American man meeting his white girlfriend's family for the first time and the horror that ensues.' -- WNYC

Just Dance: Moonlight x Alvin Ailey

'A new film from director Anna Rose Holmer, known for her 2016 drama The Fits, captures a unique collaboration between New York’s Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Academy Award-nominated composer Nicholas Britell. Choreographed by the theater’s artistic director Robert Battle, dancers Jamar Roberts, Christopher Taylor and Jeremy T. Show More Summary

Rose-Margaret Ekeng-Itua: The Exceptional Life of Benjamin Banneker

'Born in 1731 to freed slaves on a farm in Baltimore, Benjamin Banneker was obsessed with math and science. And his appetite for knowledge only grew as he taught himself astronomy, mathematics, engineering, and the study of the natural world. Show More Summary

Intersectionality and the Black Lives Matter Movement: Black LGBTQI Lives Matter

'The Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 2017 symposium, Intersectionality and the Black Lives Matter Movement, addresses the importance of considering intersecting gender, racial, and sexual identities while discussing the Black Lives Matter movement. Show More Summary

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