Black Voices

Netflix's royal drama "The Crown" and the Apple TV+ comedy Ted Lasso won big at the ceremony.
The late actor was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in HBO’s “Lovecraft Country.”
Host Cedric the Entertainer kicked off the ceremony by performing a riff on the late hip-hop legend's "Just a Friend" with the help from some nominees.
The legendary entertainer broke the record with 11 wins for his work on "RuPaul's Drag Race."
The "I May Destroy You" creator, actor, writer and director won an Emmy for writing the universally acclaimed HBO limited series.
"I wanted to make her acceptable and all of the things I thought she needed to be to be a respectable Black leader," she said.
The “Making the Band” producer discusses filling a void in television with executive producer Issa Rae and the future of “Sweet Life.”
Many Twitter users suggested that the onus on reducing police shootings should be on the actual officers and not motorists.
The "In Treatment" actor shared a sweet selfie from her wedding day.