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How ‘A Strange Loop’ fits into Black theater legacies

When Code Switch has covered the theater industry, it's often to call out some of the uncomfortable racial dynamics in the room—whether that's the unease of watching Hamilton with a primarily white audience, controversies surrounding Asian representation in Miss Saigon, or the complexities of teaching The Merchant of Venice in schools. But we usually don't sing the praises of theater, or talk about how the artform can make us think […]

todayJune 15, 2022


‘Greenland’ revives E.M. Forster — and spins a tale of racism and self-discovery

The British author E.M. Forster, best known for the novels Howard's End, A Room With a View and A Passage to India, was a conscientious objector during World War I. His alternative service took him to Alexandria, Egypt, where he worked for the British Red Cross. There, he met an Egyptian tram driver named Mohammed el-Adl, and began an intense relationship that violated racial and, of course, sexual boundaries. Even […]

todayJune 15, 2022 4


Lizzo rerecords ‘Grrrls’ following criticism over ableist lyric

Singer songwriter Lizzo has rereleased her new single "Grrrls" with a lyric change after it sparked heated discussions online about ableist language. The song, which is set to appear on her upcoming album Special, received praise and excitement from many fans upon its release last Friday. Others, especially those within the disability community, expressed concern about her use of the word "spaz," which many consider an ableist slur. It originates […]

todayJune 15, 2022 2


On ‘It’s Almost Dry,’ Pusha T plays the long game

The Martin Scorsese of street rap — that's how Pusha T sees himself these days. The Virginia Beach, Va. artist — government name Terrence LeVarr Thornton — has grounds to do so. He first rose through the ranks of hip-hop in the '90s and early 2000s in the group Clipse with his brother, who now performs as No Malice. Then in 2010, Pusha T broke out as a solo artist, […]

todayJune 15, 2022 1

Diverse Disruptors

Season 2: Episode 5 – How Trayvon Martin’s death inspired this founder to create a space for Black professionals and creatives

Ryan Wilson is the co-founder and CEO of TGS Holdings, a consumer lifestyle and hospitality company based in Atlanta. The company’s holdings consist of The Gathering Spot, a private membership club; and A3C, a music, tech, and film conference and festival. The membership club has established itself as a home for creatives, business professionals, and entrepreneurs and regularly hosts notable and culturally impactful events.

todayNovember 15, 2021

Diverse Disruptors

Season 2: Episode 4 – How Dana Guthrie’s hoop dreams turned into a $13 million VC fund for Milwaukee

As Managing Director at Gateway Capital, in addition to financial returns, Dana Guthrie generates social returns through investment in low-to-moderate income communities. Prior to her current role, Guthrie self-studied and founded Alchemy Angel Investors, an angel investment network focused on early-stage startups. She founded Alchemy while being employed full-time at a Fortune 500 company and managing a multi-million dollar, global product offering.

todayNovember 8, 2021


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