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@kywally Kyle Walcott

The people call him Wally. He's a huge fan of This Is Us and The Walking Dead. He loves a good Jamaican beef patty with a soda on the side. In his 9-5, he's a fundraiser for a private school in Atlanta. In his 5-9, he's writing your next best read. Follow him, @kywally on instagram and twitter.

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How Black Filmmakers Are Showing The World We Shoot More Than Guns And Basketballs

In 2015, Lee and Low Books released an infographic and study highlighting the racial and gender disparity evident in the Oscars since 1927. The analysis mainly focused on the need for the Academy Awards to be more inclusive of people of color as it exposed that minorities accounted for 2 percent of the producers, 2 percent of the writers and 12 percent of the actors possessing...

How 'Black Panther' Celebrates Black Love In The Best Way

Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t seen "Black Panther" yet, read at your own discretion as spoilers are included.The new hit movie Black Panther showcases an overabundance of key messages that hit home and make all moviegoers reflect deeply and intentionally. From seeing Wakanda as the epitome of black excellence to cherishing how the film inspires us to internalize the...

Why Sterling K. Brown’s Role As Randall Matters For Black Men

This year, actor Sterling K. Brown became the first African-American male actor ever to win a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Drama for his role of Randall Pearson in NBC’s tear-jerking reality check of a drama, This Is Us.“Dan Fogleman, you wrote a role for a black man. That could only be played by a black man,” Brown said at the 75th Golden Globe...