Leonardo DiCaprio has been acting since he was 14 years old. He has been nominated five times for an Oscar without winning. At Sunday's awards ceremony, he finally got to hear his name called. It was nice to see him honored for his years of solid acting and good performances. DiCaprio received the award for best actor for his performance in The Revenant. And he spent his speech “educating” the audience about global warming.
Spotlight received an Oscar for “best picture” at the 88th annual Academy Awards on Sunday Night. The film is a dramatization of the reporting by the Boston Globe on the sex abuse scandal within the Catholic Church. In his acceptance speech, producer Michael Sugar said, "This film gave a voice to survivors, and this Oscar amplifies that voice, which we hope will become a choir that will resonate all the way to the Vatican,” adding, "Pope Francis, it's time to protect the children and restore the faith."
Things must be made unequal to compensate for America’s inherent “racism,” states Critical Race Theory. The organizers of a New York City event are taking this principle to heart — and are expanding on it.
Almost since America’s founding, immigration has raised controversy. Though it has largely proven to be beneficial, there are real, legitimate concerns — especially now.
Got privilege? Because if you’ve got the rap, rationalizations, and rhetoric to bloviate about “white privilege,” you can make millions. Glenn Singleton sure has.