The Incredible Jessica James debuted to an audience eagerly awaiting its next piece of seemingly antiracist media where […]
In recent years, the western world has seen an abundance of black faces on television. From Kerry Washington […]
My eyes welt up with tears as Davis, beautifully dressed in an ivory gown with her hair unapolegitcally natural, took the stage to accept her honor. The tears were partially of pride, but mainly because Davis’ win is merely another symbol to seduce society into believing the world “isn’t so bad” for black folk.
There’s a popular saying, “write what you know” and I truly believe in this advice. Be inspired by your own life and the people around you and then go and tell the story that inspires you the most. As a person of color I am inspired by my friends and family and they happen to look like me so as a writer I have an obligation to write about women and people of color because our stories are not told enough and creating these stories fulfills me.
Last night, ABC aired the much anticipated return of Scandal starring the lovely Kerry Washington, then debuted new series […]
Let me begin by saying, that I acknowledge and appreciate that black female presence in prime time television […]