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  • Where Were the Black Movies During the Pandemic?

    Where Were the Black Movies During the Pandemic?

    Not so sorry to say it, but Hollywood failed us in 2020. Black people, yet again, seemed to be a very distant focus of any major studio or platform when it came to producing movies that were focused on our experiences and stories. Of course, if you talk to a Hollywood executive, they will point […]

  • Big Brother: The Racist Gift That Keeps On Giving

    Big Brother: The Racist Gift That Keeps On Giving

    I have a big admission to make that most people don’t know about me:  I love Big Brother.  For the uninitiated, it’s a show in which 16 people enter a house, go through competitions, form informal teams and alliances, and on a weekly basis, they vote each other out of the house. What could possibly […]

  • The Best Black-Owned Streaming Services

    The Best Black-Owned Streaming Services

    Black-Owned Streaming Services Are Heating Up! Constantly, people of color are not accurately or authentically represented in media. This is largely due to a lack of diversity among those who produce content and own the platforms we watch content on, very few of which are black-owned streaming services. To promote more inclusion of Black voices, […]

  • Hollywood’s Original Sin: A Persistent Repudiation of Black Equity

    Hollywood’s Original Sin: A Persistent Repudiation of Black Equity

    Hollywood has come a long way since 1915, but with the persistent degradation of Black people rooted in its foundation, it has structurally refused to overcome its original sin.