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!
Check out some of my favorite quotes from 10 unapologetic women of different ethnicities, professions, and generations! Happy Women's History Month. Nina Simone To me, we are the most beautiful creatures in the world—black people. So, my job is to make them more curious about where they came from and their own identity and … Continue reading 10 Quotes from 10 Unapologetic Women in Honor of Women’s History Month
The Women's March on Washington was a monumental event that not only filled the streets of our Nations capital but the entire country and world including Melbourne, London, Nairobi, Paris and Cape Town. People from different religious affiliations, sexual identities, and ethnicities attended the rally to address dark future of the upcoming presidency. Speakers included newly … Continue reading Unapologetic and Proud: Photos of Women of Color at the Women’s March on Washington
The online streaming network, Black&Sexy TV, premiered their new web-series, Dope Deconstruction this past Sunday with host Shanika (@ShanikaPowell) and Sam (@Slamriddb) who together make Slam Pow Productions. The two have a current podcast entitled, Inner Hoe Uprising, which as they quote is about “Sex, love, and dating from two black polyamorous 20 something’s in … Continue reading Black&Sexy TV debuts web series, Dope Deconstruction
Today marks 37 years since members of the Black Liberation Army helped activist Assata Shakur escape the Clinton Correctional Facility for Women in New Jersey. In 1973, Shakur was involved in a shootout with two New Jersey troopers. One of the troopers along with a Black Liberation Army member, Zayd Malik Shakur, were killed. Shakur … Continue reading Today marks 37 years since legendary activist Assata Shakur escaped prison
A new poster for the highly anticipated film, "The Birth of a Nation" was released on Tidal. The poster depicts Nat Turner, a slave who led an historic rebellion in Southampton County, VA, hung by an American Flag, representing America's long and brutal racist history with African Americans. The same history that is often romanticized … Continue reading Powerful “The Birth of a Nation” movie poster released
LINK: The White Inventor Argument PLUS: Some Science, Facts and History To Counter That Hilarious #WhiteInventions Tag That We Woke Up To… 10 Mexican Inventors Everyone Should Know Japanese Inventions and Discoveries 16 African Inventions That Changed The World As We Know It Today! Native American Inventions In Medicine Muslim Inventions That Shaped the Modern […] … Continue reading Ditching the Revisionist History Behind That ‘White Inventions’ Hashtag — Dark Matters