How Feel-Good Show “The Facts of Life” Tackled a KKK Problem, 35 Years Before Summer 2017
first published on MEDIUM, October 3, 2017, LINK The Facts of Life, similar to a lot of 1980s television, conjures warm-hearted memories of adolescent shenanigans and those same characters learning life lessons after an impassioned sit-down with an elder. Unlike a lot of sitcoms of the decade, The Facts of Life’s cast was pre-teen and teen girls,…
“Milk Like Sugar” Is A Bittersweet Capsule Of Teenage Pregnancy & Growing Up
Milk Like Sugar is the kind of wordplay, that without hesitation, brings you to a halt. Printed on its promotional poster, in white, capitalized letters, against a hot pink background and a big baby bottle. I recall quizzically reciting the title of the play “Milk…like sugar…” I was enticed. What did that even mean? Did I…
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