Happy Black History Month! Below you will find events scheduled to take place in the Baltimore area in honor of African American history and culture. Film screenings, concerts, galleries and more will educate and celebrate the past and present of black history around the city. Be sure to subscribe to the various organizations listed to … Continue reading 10 Events to Attend in Baltimore to Celebrate Black History Month
As we know, Kaepernick risked his NFL career in 2016 after kneeling during the national anthem. People with common sense who actually care about the welfare of the black community understood why he was protesting but the rest of racist white America did not including the NFL owners and coaches who have still not signed … Continue reading Colin Kaepernick Completes One Million Dollar Pledge With Help From Some Celebrity Friends
Yesterday, Tyler, the Creator stated on twitter that he’s not, “into the idea of interviews anymore cause theyre ugly and.....i rather do it myself ya know”. Taking matters into his own hands and his own YouTube page, Tyler sat down with writer, actor, and creator of The Carmichael Show, Jerrod Carmichael to discuss his fifth … Continue reading Tyler, the Creator and Jerrod Carmichael Discuss Flower Boy in New Interview
Last year, I did a review of 2016 with the good, bad, and the side eyes; this year I want to do something a little different with the Best Moments of 2017. The year was filled with positivity even with an immoral administration. There were threats to immigrants with the uncertain future of DACA, the … Continue reading Neon Fade: The 10 Best Moments of 2017
Happy Holidays! This summer marked a year since I started Neon Fade and this holiday season will mark the Second Annual Buy Black Holiday Guide from the blog. Below you'll find over a 100 black owned businesses ranging from athletic and casual wear to children products and literature by black authors. There's products for my … Continue reading Neon Fade Presents: The 2nd Annual Buy Black Business Holiday Guide (+100 Businesses)
January 15th, 2018 will be filled with remembrance and celebration of black creativity and strength at the 49th Annual NAACP Image Awards. The show will be held on Martin Luther King Jr. holiday and include some of the most talented and hardworking black artist in film, television, music, and literature. Ava Duvernay, Issa Rae, Chance … Continue reading Issa Rae, Dear White People, Get Out, and more nominated in the 49th Annual NAACP Image Awards. Full List
I don't like the film Coming to America, I don't know the words to the classic song, Fire and Desire, and I don't know how to play spades. What does this all mean? It means, if word gets out, I could have my coveted black card revoked! *shivers*. I'll probably be ok but the contestants … Continue reading Black Card Revoked is Coming to BET!