Soraya Nadia McDonald is the culture critic for The Undefeated. She writes about pop culture, fashion, the arts, and literature. She's based in Brooklyn.
Hollywood loves films about itself. Finally, we’ve got one from a black perspective.
In new Broadway revival, the blinding sunshine of the Territory exposes the violence beneath the romantic myth
Two films examine political and ethnic unrest in Rwanda and Ethiopia, with vastly different results
One asks us to put ourselves in the position of a warden. The other follows a lawyer seeking justice.
To win another Slam, Williams must show the world we’re not ‘ready for this jelly’
Both were crying as Osaka followed Serena’s example in trying to build up a competitor
Even at the tail end of her playing career, Williams finds new ways to shine
The two actors star in a new thriller about an uncle trying to save his niece
Show’s second season sits at the vanguard of a wave of new, exciting storytelling — on the screen and the stage
It took nearly 20 years, but revisiting ‘Sula,’ I finally saw myself in her words, as only a grown woman can