Beyonce’s Pro-Black Movement Has Got Me Shook In The Best Way

I always knew Beyoncé had it in her to truly be revolutionary. Since the release of her album 4 with its lead single, “Who Run The World (Girls)”, I’ve been witnessing an enlightened, wanting to make a difference, and unapologetic celebration of (her) womanhood, Black womanhood, Texan roots, (her) sexuality, and increasingly socially defiant artist and it’s been absolutely thrilling to watch. I thought it all … Continue reading Beyonce’s Pro-Black Movement Has Got Me Shook In The Best Way

In 1999, Chris Rock Went To South Carolina To Ask About The Confederate Flag And This Is What Happened

After acknowledging the deaths of nine Black South Carolinians whom terrorist Dylann Roof murdered last Wednesday inside the Emanuel AME church, the dispute in removing the archaic Southern-based Confederate flag became of great concern again. Roof wore and carried the flag, as shown in photographs, and while currently under custody has admitted to being one of the low percentage of American that still follows White supremacy, a misguided … Continue reading In 1999, Chris Rock Went To South Carolina To Ask About The Confederate Flag And This Is What Happened

Why Broadway’s Recent Surge Of Diversity Should Be Putting A Smile On Your Face

We might have to hand over some pun-ny, new nicknames for Broadway’s main-stay tagline of “The Great White Way”, considering the growing embrace of Black actors and actresses in some of its most celebrated productions! In 2014 alone, two barriers were broken as Norm Lewis became the first Black male to play the manipulative yet seductive Phantom in Phantom of the Opera, while Keke Palmer made history as Rodger … Continue reading Why Broadway’s Recent Surge Of Diversity Should Be Putting A Smile On Your Face