I celebrate Kwanzaa (from Swahili, meaning “first fruits”), a holiday that honors family, community and culture.
by Kiki Okay I didn’t support this movie opening weekend because it wasn’t on my radar, I must have been … More
Like Susan L. Taylor, I do have lots in common with Robert Townsend, both born in 1957, divorced, children, two daughters, one son, playwrights, okay mine is still being workshopped.
When I was growing up we used to always say we preferred the racism in the south because it was obvious, blatant, often there were literal ”whites only” signs and the figurative signs were as plain.
by Kiki 1. 0 not O but zero 2. 411 Directory Assistance 3. 7-Eleven, oh thank heaven 4. 911 for … More
Editor-In-Chief, she at Essence from 1981 -2000, me at BlackHistoryEveryday.com from 2017 to present.
It’s a one person show and J Jha brilliantly portrays Itahasvid/Kunti/Draupadi/Amba: Shikhandi/Chitrandaga/Mohini/Bhisma/Karna
In my opinion, the “signs” are still there. They are no longer openly posted, but in any public place they are still apparent.
Dolemite was “bone crushing, skull splitting and brain blasting action” Blaxploitation at its finest.