Kalief Browder – Documentary Examines a ‘broken’ Criminal Justice System

The series, airing on Spike TV, about a Bronx teen jailed for over 1,000 days for allegedly stealing a backpack shows how the system discriminates against poor and black Americans

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Late-Night Hosts on Moonlight’s Oscar Win – America Reaches ‘peak blackness’

Comics, including Trevor Noah and Jimmy Kimmel, discuss the surprise awards victory of the low-budget drama and the gaffe that preceded the announcement

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Issa Rae: From Awkward Black Girl to HBO star

After scoring a cult web hit with The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl, Issa Rae is back with new comedy Insecure, one of the most anticipated shows of the year. She talks modern anxieties, broken pussies – and hilariously bad rap

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Is This a Golden Age For Black TV Makers or Another False Dawn?

With the success of shows such as Atlanta, Empire and Queen Sugar, diversity on TV is supposedly finally here, but history has provided plenty of false starts

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