Surrounding the comedy that is “What Men Want,” is a story that we’ve all heard before or are all too familiar with.
“We can appreciate their culture without having to do or wear their hairstyles, or trying to act or be a certain way that we’re not.”
This movie, one with fictional characters and made up neighborhoods, is real. We have all heard of stories like this. We’ve seen them on the news and we’ve seen it for ourselves.
It’s a story with a main character who never never seems to lose sight of herself.
Profiling affects everyone, no matter their race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation.
In affirming that Black Lives Matter, we need not qualify our position. To love and desire freedom and justice for ourselves is a necessity for wanting the same for others.
Here are a list of characters Hollywood cast as a different race than the written character
In honor of International Women’s Month, ARISE 2.0 celebrates Amani Al-Khatahtbeh a 24-year-old author, blogger, feminist who is Muslim. Amani … More
One of the most beautiful things I’ve seen, is to watch a group of people practice Tai Chi at the beach . . .They move with such grace . . . It’s because they have set an intention to experience peace in community