The Killing of Sister George was the first Hollywood movie to depict a lesbian bar. Director Robert Aldrich was obsessed with its authenticity.
Video games offer many LGBTQ+ people avenues for meaning, community, and escape, but in-game cultures of harassment still pose serious problems.
Her climb into filmmaking began with programs designed to train African Americans. But to succeed, she needed to break into a mostly white male union.
Some journalists are turning to newsletters to get their work out. But they're not hand-copying them onto folded paper, like people did in the 1600s.
Hollywood was just fine avoiding all portrayals of the Central Intelligence Agency for years after the agency's founding in 1947.
Since the beginning, the children's show has tried to represent the diversity of the nation. But Roosevelt Franklin was controversial.
How Black-owned charm schools and modeling agencies challenged stereotypes of African American women after World War II.
"Acting presidential" can mean fulfilling expectations that have been shaped by TV and the movies.
These love songs from the Bowling Green State University Sheet Music Collection make the perfect gift. Plus, the covers are gorgeous.
As the first salaried Black musician at a major studio, he was a leader in shaping the sound of movies—though he was often uncredited.