The Most Important Writing From People Of Color In 2015
Huffington Post - about 2 years
In the social media-obsessed age of journalism, before we have time to meditate on one story, we're already on to the next. For the first year, in celebration of slowing down and looking back, we've curated a list of essays and articles that defined conversations about race, pop culture, and identity in 2015. The pieces chosen for this list cover a wide array of topics, from the merits of Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen," to the injustices of mass incarceration, to Hollywood's representation problem. All pieces featured on this list were written by a person of color and published within the last year. While all end-of-year lists aspire to be definitive and comprehensive, there's obviously no way to include all of the stellar and thought-provoking writing by people of color that came out in 2015. See something missing? Share your picks in the comments. In the meantime, check out some of the brilliant, enlightening, and stimulating conversations we had this year: Blackface Refuses...
Article Link: Huffington Post article