Selma’s Youngest Marcher, Lynda Blackmon Lowery Reveals What It Was Like To Change The World As A Teen
#TeamBeautiful got the chance to listen to a talk given by author and youngest Selma marcher, Lynda Blackmon. Her story is beautifully tragic and uplifting.
Former Oscar Nominee Jessica Chastain Takes A Stand For Diversity At The Critics’ Choice Awards + Watch FKA Twigs’ Feminist Bondage On “Pendulum” + Reading Rainbow Honors MLK [VIDEOS]
While accepting her special MVP Award At The Critics’ Choice Awards last night, two-time Academy Award nominee (The Help, Zero Dark Thirty) Jessica Chastain spoke towards the end of her acceptance speech about standing against any “homophobic, sexist, misogynistic, anti-Semitic and racist agendas” in Hollywood filmmaking. Her acknowledgment arrives two days after the Oscars shockingly and virtually […]
Madonna Gets Her Instagram Followers Riled Up With Black Heroes Recreating Her Rebel Heart Album Cover
Madonna has been posting recreated images of her Rebel Heart album cover for weeks now, including one from Miley Cyrus, and a parody with Homer Simpson. Though she meant to honor these deceased heroes of freedom, peace, and justice, did she take it too far again? What do you think?