June 2020
Culture Articles

Beyoncé, Solange, and Tina Demand the Senate Give Us Safe Voting (and a Second Stimulus)

Lena Dunham Recognizes Her Privilege Got Her Where She Is Today

Celine Brings the Work of French Sculptor César Back to Life

Here’s How New York City Celebrated a Different Kind of Pride March This Year

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 29

Blackpink’s Rosé is the New Global Face of Saint Laurent

Behind the Socially Distanced Scenes of ‘How I’m Feeling Now,’ Charli XCX’s Quarantine Album

Respect Trailer: Jennifer Hudson’s Take on Aretha Franklin Is Already Generating Oscar Buzz

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 26

Khruangbin Hopes Their New Album Mordechai Sounds Like the World

5 LGBTQ Documentaries to Stream After Disclosure

21 Queer BIPOC Photographers Illustrate What “Pride” Really Means

Read and Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 25th

Erykah Badu Will Be Teyana Taylor’s Doula

The Dixie Chicks Have Changed Their Name to “The Chicks”

Tourmaline Reflects on the Power and Possibility of Black Art

White Voice Actors Resign From Playing Animated Characters of Color

Timothée Chalamet, Hailey Bieber, Bella Hadid and Beyoncé Have All Been Spotted in Vacation Hot Spots

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 24

Ariana Grande Sent Food to Kentucky Voters Waiting in Line for Hours

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 23

Novak Djokovic Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Controversial Tour

Have Patience for the Owners of Black-Owned Bookstores

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 22

Hollywood Remembers Joel Schumacher, Director of Iconic Films, Master of Camp

BBC’s Diversity Initiative Could Be the Beginning of a Major Overhaul in British TV

Meet Weruche Opia, the Other Half to Michaela Coel in I May Destroy You

21 New Yorkers on What Juneteenth Means to Them

Exclusive: Preview Angela Davis on Red Table Talk for Juneteenth

From Miss Juneteenth to Jezebel, Black Female Directors Lead a New Hollywood Vanguard

Chef Collective Ghetto Gastro Uses Food as a Weapon Against Oppression

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 18

Surprise Joy: Raven-Symoné Had a Socially Distanced Wedding

Jennifer Lawrence Joins Twitter to Bring Attention to Breonna Taylor

Kristen Stewart Will Play Princess Diana in an “Upside-Down Fairy Tale”

Kering Adds Emma Watson, Jean Liu and Tidjane Thiam to Board of Directors

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 17

Reality TV Is Having Its Own Racial Reckoning

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 16

For Some Protest Photographers, There’s No Such Thing as Neutral

Mahershala Ali and Mindy Kaling Go Deep on Religion With Ramy Youssef in a New A24 Zine

Buy Affordable Photography, Support Black Trans Lives

Why the Supreme Court’s Decision Is an LGBT+ Victory 43 Years in the Making

Read & Resist: W‘s Daily Briefing for June 15

The Black Trans Lives Matter Rally in Brooklyn Drew Thousands

Beyoncé Won’t Let Anyone Forget About Breonna Taylor

Haim Is the Most Open and Experimental They’ve Ever Been on ‘Women in Music Part III’

Will The Protests Change Instagram for Good? Maybe. Probably Not.

Read & Resist: W‘s Daily Briefing for June 12

Keke Palmer’s Next Movie Proves White Supremacy is Stranger Than Fiction

Padma Lakshmi on Appropriation and Discrimination in Food Media

‘Da 5 Bloods’ Couldn’t Have Come at a Better Time, and Jonathan Majors Knows It

Read and Resist: W‘s Daily Briefing for June 11

A Guide to the Hogwarts Uprising Against J. K. Rowling

Rihanna’s Latest Genderless Fenty Drop Lets The Clothes Do The Talking

Eve’s Bayou, Drylongso, and Other Black Films to Watch Right Now

Read and Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 10th

“What’s a TERF?” And Other Things You Need to Know to Understand the J.K. Rowling Controversy

Read and Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 9th

Required Reading on Race, According to Black-Owned Indie Booksellers

‘Friends’ Co-Creator Struggles With the Show’s Very White Legacy

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing For June 8th

Beyoncé Pivots to Personal, Political Content on Instagram

Put These Black-Owned Restaurants Into Your Permanent Culinary Rotation

Here’s How Minneapolis Showed Up for George Floyd’s Memorial

How The Meme Account @PatiasFantasyWorld Became a Central Voice in the Anti-Racism Movement

Read and Resist: W‘s Daily Briefing for June 5th

Scenes From Washington, D.C.’s Largest George Floyd Protest Yet

Criterion and IFC are Streaming Films Centering Black Voices for Free

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 4

How Can You Make Sure You’re Donating Effectively? A Guide to Bail Funds, Community Organizations and Direct Aid

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 3

Keke Palmer Shows Other Celebrities How to Get Protesting Right

The Moment Must Be About Real Police and Justice Reform, Not Vague Hashtags

Read & Resist: W’s Daily Briefing for June 2

The Messages of Solidarity From Protesters in New York City

Why You Should Think Twice Before Sharing Your ‘Blackout Tuesday’ Post on Instagram

Remembering Christo, the Artist Who Transformed Cities and Monuments

The Celebrities Taking to the Streets, Fundraising, and Using Their Platforms for Good

Marc Jacobs Responds to Store Looting: “A Life Cannot Be Replaced”

Killing Eve Season 3 Finale Fashion Recap: The Last Dance