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Ava DuVernay is one of Glamour’s 2019 Women of the Year. The online magazine recognized the award-winning director as a “trailblazer.” DuVernay, whose Netflix limited series “When They See Us” told the stories of five Black and Latino men who were wrongly convicted of a brutal crime in New York’s Central Park as teenagers, told Glamour that she hopes to “disrupt systems” through her work. “When They See Us” put the spotlight on the Exonerated 5 ― Korey Wise, Kevin Richardson, Raymond Santana Jr., Yusef Salaam and Antron McCray ― powerfully exposing how institutional injustices and racist sentiments in the public changed the trajectory of their lives. All five served time behind bars.
2 June, 2020
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively took to Instagram Sunday to share that they have donated $200,000 to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. The Hollywood power couple wrote; "We've never had to worry about......More
2 June, 2020
Pop singer, Halsey took to the streets of Los Angeles over the weekend to take part in protests. Communities across the country are protesting in the wake of George Floyd's death at the hands of the Minneapolis......More
1 June, 2020
Thousands march in New Zealand in support of Black Lives Matter...More