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Why Representation Matters: An Appreciation Post

This is an appreciation post to three of my favorite people who are strong forces to be reckoned with in the entertainment world.

Gabrielle Union… 305 more words

Emmett "Babe" Wallace NOT Vern Smith

I made a Major Boo-Boo on this my last post.  First of all Mr. Vern Smith, an announcer for Jubilee Radio Program was not a Black man. 461 more words


Janelle Monáe`s "Dirty Computer" Album Celebrates the Underrepresented Queer Black Community

Songwriter and artist, Janelle Monáe, released her newest album Dirty Computer on April 27th about sexuality in a futuristic and satirical wayMany people who have followed Janelle Monáe never knew what her brand was. 409 more words

Self -Love

We Are, Each One, Absolutely Unique

Ralph Wilhelm Cooper, 1908-1992. Actor, dancer, screen writer, emcee, choreographer (Shirley Temple-Poor Little Rich Girl). Ralph Cooper spent five years acting and directing in Hollywood and while there folks began calling him the “Dark Gable” because of his “handsome, rugged good looks and his charm and wit”. 350 more words


304’s As Housewives? The Mikey Leo Show! Episode: 8

Welcome to the Mikey Leo Show! This week we dare venture off into the world of the “304’s”!!! You know what we are talking about! Think they are wifey material? 23 more words


Black Oscar Winners

May 16th, 1929 marked the first Annual Academy Awards also known as the Oscars. This March, the Oscars celebrated their 90th Annual Awards Ceremony. Within the 90 years of celebrating excellence in the American film industry, there have been only 34 Black Oscar Winners. 582 more words

Black Entertainment

Tweet like the 1600s Is Black Privilege

In my opinion, Black people are by far the funniest and most creative people on earth. We have the ability to turn our struggles into laughter. 709 more words