I anticipate that this post will be unpopular. I acknowledge the contention that my assertions will certainly prompt […]
Black Hollywood Veterans Regina Hall and Morris Chestnut appeal to the black audience lost in the abundant white […]
This week, Patrice Brown made headlines after pictures of her in a tailored, knee-length pastel pink dress went […]
Teyana Taylor resurfaced as a cultural phenomenon in Kanye West’s latest creation “Fade.” Although the creator of 2009’s […]
“Becky with the good hair” shields an ignorant comment with the facade of entertainment–rendering blacks pawns in their own oppression. As pawns, fans overlook this problematic phrasing, and instead focus on unveiling Becky’s identity. In prompting listeners to place a face to the phrase rather than question its relevance, the toxic phrase “good hair” endures celebration rather than the scrutiny it deserves.
The Whispers of Womanism initially commented on the casting choice for the upcoming Nina Simone biopic when the […]
Before I issue my review let me say that I have never been a fan of The Wayans […]