Monthly Archives: April 2014
I don’t know where to begin. This film is long overdue, yet a narrative so powerful as this, was worth the wait. Watch. Donate. Share.
Originally posted on Black Women of Brazil:
Note from BW of Brazil: I’m sure there must be some who read this blog that wonder why a common theme here is the development of black identity. As was explained in other posts, the development of blackness in Brazil encounters several obstacles among the general population. Blackness in…
West Coast Business: Young Actors Audition for the N.W.A Straight Outta Compton Movie and Here’s a Few that we Should Watch Out For!
Can’t WAIT for this movie! Thanks Uncommonrealist for the post!
“The negative stories told daily in the media and in our culture about our young African-American men tend to ignore their successes and don’t tell the full story about how young Black men are becoming leaders within our community schools,” said Central High counselor Tiffany Gholson, who worked with the students on the effort. “In […]
Me and red lipstick have a loving relationship. RIP Karyn Washington.