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Barbershop 3, A Review

My interest in Barbershop stemmed solely from the predominately black cast and black director Malcolm Lee. The difficulty in supporting black films stems from wanting to support such projects but still remain in close proximity to black consciousness. 861 more words


For the past month I have been reading (as indicated by the title) a fabulous book on the intersectionality of race, class, gender, and sexual orientation that was edited by a scholar named… 2,233 more words

Perfect Peace by Daniel Black

For my english composition class we had to read Perfect Peace by Daniel Black. I enjoyed reading every page of this book, it was like watching my favorite lifetime movie. 243 more words

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Feature Fridays with Jay: Teen Black

So the other day I’m channel suffering and I bump into a childhood favorite movie of mine, Teen Wolf. Excited to watch the film, I immediately stopped and watched. 674 more words


Bleek's Gravitational Pull

From 21:08-21:44, Spike Lee places us in Bleek’s gravitational pull. Lee strategically uses the circular motion in Bleek’s trumpet practice and places him in the center to signify his internal psychology. 529 more words

Men and Periods

What a class today in English Composition: Reimagining Black Masculinity & Ending Sexual Violence. We were talking about our reading, which is Perfect Peace by Daniel Black, where a boy is raised as a girl for the first 8 years of her life and then all of a sudden has to be “re-trained” as a boy. 319 more words

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The Deadly Challenges of Raising African American Boys

By Dawn Dow

In the aftermath of Baltimore’s 2015 civil unrest responding to Freddie Gray’s death at the hands of law enforcement, the New York Times published an Op-Doc video, “ 921 more words