Jimmy Kimmel's stupid antics in Hollywood are the latest insult to Black women (and men).

People are mad that the elves, dragon-fighting lords and mermaids of Hollywood are being shown by people of color in these streets.

Because racism exists in America, subtle and obvious, we talk about it - from the glitzy Hollywood productions down to your local Walmart store.

Recent concerns about Hollywood's "white erasure," as pushed by the "woke" mob.

Steve Toussaint plays Lord Corlys Velaryon, in the "Game of Thrones," prequel "House of the Dragon."

He claimed that he was racially harassed on social media after his character's debut.

We can't forget Disney's underwater fairy tale "The Little Mermaid." 

In the teaser trailer for the live-action remake, Halle Bailey plays Ariel, a Black woman. 

Despite the beautiful and joyful posts of Black mothers and their young girls, there are still grown white men who are unhappy about the idea.

You can sit in the hate, but let these children understand and embrace diversity. Give them the chance to understand and embrace diversity.