Black America went all out and then some for this year's celebration of Halloween, if the sampling of seasonal getups that have been posted to social media is any indication.

Halloween is a fun time of year to dress up as our favorite characters, but time has shown there are some ensembles that should be avoided entirely to prevent cultural insensitivity.

Race Matters

This Halloween, the Weeknd did his thing once again by completely transforming himself into Marlon Brando's classic character Don Vito Corleone in the iconic mob movie The Godfather. White people complained about him wearing whiteface.

A "Karen" Halloween costume has recently been making the rounds on Twitter and is receiving backlash by Black people accusing the manufacturers of profiting off of racism.

With racial tensions at a fever pitch in America, political Halloween costumes have been all the rage, especially ones for White privilege.


Halloween has become a day when many people make a mockery of racism and the terrifying injustices plaguing African Americans.


Don't miss these clever and creative costumes to help inspire your Halloween fun!

Kohl’s has stopped advertising the “Ghetto Fab” wig after people began leaving negative comments about it on their facebook page. Here are some comments that were left. A “Ghetto Fab” wig for Halloween? Seriously, Kohl’s?!, I find the term “ghetto fabulous” TASTELESS! I am in no ways ‘ghetto’ and neither is my kinky hair Kohls […]