Colin Kaepernick and Ava DuVernay bring "Colin in Black & White" to Netflix, showcasing Kaepernick's life before he joined the NFL.
"The depth of my love for this brother, can only be matched by the depth of my pain learning of his loss. A immensely talented man with the ability to give voice to the human condition," Wendell Pierce wrote.
From "Tap" to "School of Rock" and "When They See Us," here's a look back at the career of Suzzanne Douglas.
Suzzanne Douglas was known for her roles in the sitcom "The Parent 'Hood" and Netflix's "When They See Us."
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is facing a backlash over its record of diversity and representation.
Most recently, Michael worked on Lorne Michael's comedy "Vampires vs. The Bronx" as the lead role.
Amid the Black Lives Matter movement, Netflix subscribers have been seeking out content about race to learn more about the experiences of black people in America.
The 2015 Academy Awards nominations received intense criticism due to all 20 acting nominees being white.
The Oscar nominated director also launched an educational resource the Netflix to help viewers explore the social and historical context.
Morgenthau served as Manhattan's district attorney for 35 years, dealing with roughly 100,000 cases a year.
Activists have called for cases handled by Linda Fairstein and Elizabeth Lederer to be reviewed following the release of Netflix series "When They See Us."
The controversy surrounding her role in the wrongful convictions was resurrected after the release of the Netflix series "When They See Us."
15-year-old Antron McCray was instructed by his father to confess to the rape and assault of Trisha Meili.
The 44-year-old first reached out to the filmmaker over Twitter in 2015 about making a show on the Central Park Five.
Played by Jharrel Jerome in the show, 16-year-old Korey Wise was one of the five black teenagers wrongly convicted of raping and assaulting Trisha Meili in 1989.
Matias Reyes confessed to raping and assaulting Trish Meili in 2002, leading to the exoneration of the wrongly imprisoned Central Park Five.
"A lot of what happened to these boys was just because the parents didn't know [their rights]," Nash said of the Central Park Five.
The four-part drama, based on a true story, will center around the notorious case of The Central Park Five.
DC recruits Big Barda superfan, Ava DuVernay, to direct the "New Gods" movie.
Smithsonian Magazine is getting ready to host its Sixth Annual Ingenuity Awards and the honorees are more diverse than ever.
Recently added: "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "Happy Gilmore," "City of Gold," "13TH" and more.