The character of Kim Parker is part of a long tradition of "sassy," fat, Black women in film and TV who were often the butt of jokes.
By any measure, "Frank's Place" was an odd duck in the late-'80s TV landscape. A single-camera dramedy centered on a black
This video shows the treatment of race in Black Sitcoms from the 1970s to present.
--Tracee Ellis Ross shares her thoughts on portraying the role of a bi-racial character on ABC's new family sitcom "black
During a recent interview with The Huffington Post, Barris opened up about the creation of "black-ish," and offered his thoughts
There are also four fun-loving kids and a more than comfortable lifestyle in an affluent, mostly-white neighborhood to enhance
Sometimes what you see on the screen is real life. 6. If you've got the moves, break 'em out. 12. Win arguments graciously
Happy Mother's Day! Through life, our mothers have been there to love us, nurture us and sometimes offer a stern word when
This season of BET's The Game will not only entertain. It will be a testament that the black community does in fact have a voice -- and that voice has the power to affect change.