For Throw Back Thursday (#TBT) we've gone to the BlackSci-Fi.com archives and pulled a fantastic interview with Nichelle Nichols of Star Trek fame
The diverse perspectives of women of color translated into stories are just as important to horror culture as any other story derived from the experiences and imagination of horror creators worldwide.
As fleeting as it is, the Black Jedi, or lack of one, can be argued in all media and is indicative of the feelings of many marginalized groups, not just people of color.
In Monster Hunter Generations, players take up the esteemed role of a hunter, seeking out and vanquishing a variety of colossal creatures throughout the world.
“You have to trust your voice. What you say and how you feel matters.” Janine Spruill talks to Black Sci-Fi.com about her business venture, her passion for movies and why Black women are needed in the film industry.
Convention Youtubers collaborate to showcase Black cosplayers
The Black Jedi seems to be the elusive unicorn in a never-ending fight for representation.
"I want everyone to remember all the fun, memories, new friends and knowledge they acquired at our show."