Framework Files 11/15: Facebook’s Black People Problem, Mo’Nique Sues Netflix, Twitter Bans Political Ads & More

November 15, 2019
Framework Files 11/10: Benefits of Healthcare Marketing, Magenta Is The New Battlefront, Instagram’s Likes & More
November 10, 2019
Fawn Weaver, CEO and Master Distiller of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey posing while leaning on a bar and pouring a glass of whiskey
Framework Files 11/22: African American Foodways, Black Leadership Self-Affirmations, Keyword Blocks & More
November 22, 2019

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Illustration by Malte Mueller of Black Person whose hair is cover their face and the background has illustrated mouths scattered throughout

Facebook Empowers Racism Against Its Employees of Color. Facebook still has a black people problem. And a problem with individual contributors who are not white. Read More


Actress Monique pictured from the neck up leaning over to one side appearing to be in mid-sentence

Actress Mo’Nique suing Netflix for race, gender discrimination. The lawsuit claims Mo’Nique was “given a low-ball offer that was only a fraction of what Netflix paid other comedians.” via NBC News


Twitter CEO speaking into a microphone with an image of the White House behind him

Twitter bans political ads ahead of 2020 election Read more


 

Dancers performing Solange’s new site-specific performance “Bridge-s” at Getty Center Museum

Solange’s New Performance Piece, Staged in the Getty’s Breathtaking Landscape: A first look at Solange’s upcoming performance “Bridge-s,” which will be paired with a curated series of short films and talks at the Getty this weekend. Read more from Hyperallergic.


 

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