These holiday films with predominantly Black casts are easily classics.
"Y'all always talking down on our generation."- a 7th grader, 2017 Today, one of my students asked me if I saw hope in this generation. I hesitated, fighting myself not to answer with a cold "no". Because, after all, that's not how I honestly felt. After a moment of reconsideration, I answered, "The question is: do... Continue Reading →
I’ve always taken an interest in romantic relationships, not so much as a participant, but as an observer. I want the logistics. I want to know how they function as individuals as well as how they function as a couple. I want to know how both parties define a successful partnership and what is detrimental... Continue Reading →
“Just do you. Go with the flow and with your life because that's you experiencing life. You being yourself is you doing your purpose, so the more we get out of the mindset of thinking there's a certain way to go about things, the more free we become.” –KeKe Palmer
My heart broke even more once I realized that there were so many people around them, and still, they felt alone. I started to wonder how this was possible. Then, I reminded myself of myself.
A breakdown of the significance of Solange's latest album Four years after her buzz-worthy "True" EP, Solange has released her third studio album, "A Seat At The Table." The multi-talented artist wrote, arranged and co-produced every track of this prolific piece of work. For assistance, she enlisted indie-rock vets David Andrew Sitek of TV on... Continue Reading →
"You can't pour from an empty cup. Take care of yourself first." I am sure you have seen this quote floating around on some self-health blog or one of those healthy living Instagram pages. Because, honestly, that's exactly where I read it first. I archived this jewel in my gallery of screenshots months ago, and I have come across it... Continue Reading →
Quiet the Noise: Find Your Voice KeKe Palmer, the youngest nominee for a SAG award in the lead actress category, the youngest talk show host ever, the youngest and first Black Cinderella on Broadway, and the first Black Marty in the movie Grease, is now an author. In her writing, KeKe shares her personal experiences... Continue Reading →