Through an absurdist lens, the series uses irony, self-deprecation, brutal honesty and humor to highlight issues that still plague today’s”post-racial” society.
According to experts, biracial couples have a one in 500 chance of having a set of black and white twins.
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
Living in TWO Worlds By Tammy Lee Growing up, I always felt like I didn’t quite fit in, or rather WHERE … More
I travel a lot. I spend a lot of time all over the country and different parts of the world, … More
In this combined issue we pay homage to both Black History Month in February and International Woman’s Day in March.
Now, as a person of color, more than anything I would like to see movies representative of me and my identity because we live in world that is more than just black and white.
But, when we connect with our true self, we discover that we don’t need to change our name, we simply need to teach the world how to “say our name.”
As they say content is king, so we are looking for submissions. Blogs, poetry, video, pictures, if you think it is interesting, then others will as well.