Category Archives: intraracial

Oxygen Masks…Cutting cords

135 Black Women die every day of heart disease. Scores of  black men women and children are shot yearly by police. Black Women, Men and Children coexist with systemic racism each day of our lives in America. Our ancestors were … Continue reading

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Soft Enough to Bend and Grow

I look back at my recent past experiences with relationships and I see how weak I was with the facade of “strong black woman”. Continue reading

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Birth of a Nation, Nate Parker and Fox. Hmmmm…..Know your brand.

These are  about 6 large companies who own all Mass Media in the USA. Comcast The Walt Disney Company Time Warner Fox CBS Corporation Viacom These large companies control the bulk of what we watch on TV, Film and read in … Continue reading

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Are Black male writers Erasing the “Black Couple” on TV and Film?

The TV Show black-‘ish’s episode 23 “Elephant in the room”  was brilliant.  If you haven’t seen the show, the structure is basically from Dre’s (the father who works in advertising) perspective.   The basic structure of the sitcom is:  a situation … Continue reading

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