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Episode 19: The God Body & Masculinity 

As a man, it is a must that you get your body in order. If you’re a husband, father, or even a big brother you have to be in a shape. 405 more words

Royal Fanfare

I remember coming up in the early 2000’s riding down the Foothill strip with a car full of people that ain’t here no more. These people were my cousin’s potnas and I was just with my cousin because he didn’t want to go home, so he spent the night on our couch. 1,220 more words


Feeling (the) Moonlight

Moonlight is a movie about a boy growing up black and closetted queerness/asexuality. It’s about boyhood and masculinity in the US. It’s about kin, biological and found. 406 more words


Masculinity in the Eyes of the Black Male.

The 2016 edition of “Fences”, directed by Denzel Washington, is based of the Pulitzer Prize winning screen play written by the late August Wilson. 446 more words

I Get It Mr. West: Maybe Kanye Is Not As Crazy As People Think

I’ve only caught the gist of what this man has been doing lately because I am not the one to follow the lives of celebrities. But I’m reading a few recaps of Kanye’s behavior as of late, all I can think about is how this black man is hurting and all he needs is some love, someone to talk to, and for someone to really care. 1,618 more words

In Betweens

How 'Moonlight' Can Reveal More About Us

Though the film, Moonlight directed by Barry Jenkins, has come out (October 21) only in select theaters nationwide, it has reached wide acclaim. 1,071 more words


In the moonlight, Black boys look blue

Moonlight, directed by Barry Jenkins and originally written by Tarell Alvin McCraney, is one of this year’s most critically acclaimed movies. The film has been named a big contender for the 2017 Oscars and is a direct challenge to the… 180 more words

Theatre & Film