louis gossett jr
With "Watchmen" and "The Cuban," the 84-year-old Oscar winner has found roles that make up for years of industry neglect.
Two HuffPosters discuss whether HBO's twisty new series featuring Regina King is worth your time.
REACH: 40 Black Men Speak on Living, Leading and Succeeding; A Different Narrative for Black Men In America
This book shines a light on impactful, positive stories of successful Black men who dared to dream big, and made their dreams come true against tremendous obstacles.
Actor Louis Gossett Jr. talks about experiencing racism in Hollywood even after he became famous.
It's important to remember that the events depicted in 12 Years a Slave are still happening today. Slavery didn't end with the Civil War or the Emancipation Proclamation. It was outlawed, but not ended.
"We think racism is gone now that we have a black president, but things are actually worse than before. People just don't talk about it anymore." These are the words of Ibrahim Ashmawey, co-producer and co-writer of Boiling Pot.
Inspired by the success of such films as "Facing the Giants" and "Fireproof," David Evans worked with his church in Memphis to bring "The Grace Card" to the screen.