Podcasts are like books: thorough and pervasive, coming in all shapes and sizes.
Normalizing African American Casts
Don’t get me wrong, it is important that the story of slavery is carried on so that history doesn’t repeat itself, but if we don’t normalize primarily black casts we’ll only be viewed as slave characters.
Happy Birthday Nina Simone R.I.P.
She wrote Mississippi Goddam after the deaths of Medgar Evans and the girls in the church in Birmingham and performed it during the march to Selma in 1965.
Taraji P Henson Shines in “What Men Want”
Surrounding the comedy that is “What Men Want,” is a story that we’ve all heard before or are all too familiar with.
R.I.P. James Ingram
by Kiki James Edward Ingram sunrise 2/16/52 Akron, OH, sunset 1/29/19. He was a musician, songwriter, record producer and actor. … More
10 Things I Learned from “On the Basis of Sex”
During her first year at Harvard she took her classes as well as her husband’s second year classes as he had cancer.
A 6lack Concert Experience
6lack is home and love and compassion. 6lack is rapture and frenzy. 6lack is everything.
The Hate U Give Might Just Be 2018’s Best Movie
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.
5 Things about Nobody’s Fool
The bar is low, but it was more enjoyable for me than the Medea movies.