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

It’s Beyond Due Time To Stand And Honor The Heroism Of Harriet Tubman

When I became aware of the Women On 20s campaign, an effort to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, the feminist/Black feminist/Womanist in me was elated. I was almost pissed I didn’t think of it first! The thought us women of today paying it forward to the brave ones before us? And through such a well-flushed out, original initiative? Yes! I thought it was … Continue reading It’s Beyond Due Time To Stand And Honor The Heroism Of Harriet Tubman

VIDEO BOX: Jon Stewart Lampoons CNN’s Obsession With Drones At Selma; Lebanese Anchorwoman Rang The Girl Power Alarm On Misogynist Guest; And YouTube Turns 10-Years-Old [VIDEOS]

Jon Stewart Lampoons CNN’s obsession of the drone cameras that were used at the 50th anniversary of the Selma marches for voting equality Bette Midler Sings A Few Of Kim Kardashian‘s Tweets on Jimmy Kimmel Live Lebanese Anchorman Rima Karaki, during her own news talk show, gracefully yet sternly shut down male guest and sheik al-Seba’i, who thought he was going to get away with disrespecting her … Continue reading VIDEO BOX: Jon Stewart Lampoons CNN’s Obsession With Drones At Selma; Lebanese Anchorwoman Rang The Girl Power Alarm On Misogynist Guest; And YouTube Turns 10-Years-Old [VIDEOS]