'Pose' star and activist Angelica Ross calls upon President Joe Biden and his administration to do more to protect America’s LGBT+ community.
Cassius' Pride Month star is bringing boldness to her digital cover shoot and with her work as an activist for the LGBTQ+ community.
Angelica Ross is Black, proud and crafting the future of her dreams and the culture's. It is easy to see why connections industry giant AT&T, a longstanding champion of diversity and equality, selected the CEO, activist and actress, amongst her many titles, to be a brand ambassador for both AT&T Dream In Black and the AT&T Turn Up The Love platforms. Ms. Ross is at the intersection of what both of these platforms celebrate which are Black and LGBTQ+ trailblazers and communities.
If we ever had a reason to kiki over some amazing news, FX just gave it to us: the network has ordered a second season of their historic drama series, Pose. Co-created by Ryan Murphy, Pose is a dance show that explores life in New York City’s 1980s ball culture world. It’s the first show […]
"There are many stories to be told about Black trans people ... but we seem to not be ready to tell those stories."