The Life and Death of Sandra Bland #SayHerName

Premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday, April 25. #PassionCannotBeSilenced #SayHerName

What’s Your Story? #Roots

"The truth can never be known. It can only be told in a story."—Alex Haley, Roots

Break Those Chains

"They can put the chains on your body. Never let them put the chains on your mind."—Kunta Kinte I have now seen two nights of Roots, and I have to say that I have been in awe of the powerful quotes that have been spoken. Although these events have taken place more than 200 years … Continue reading Break Those Chains

Know Your Worth

When you know your real name, nothing can stop you—not family, friends, haters, trials, or tribulations. Know your worth and then live! #Roots #KuntasKin

Viola Davis & Kerry Washington Launch Independent Production Companies, Partner with ABC

When the opportunities aren't there, you have to go and create your own. I am so proud that Viola Davis and Kerry Washington are creating their own spaces and places. Davis and Washington are breaking through the glass ceilings within the entertainment industry, which will benefit generations for decades to come. Keep marching to your own … Continue reading Viola Davis & Kerry Washington Launch Independent Production Companies, Partner with ABC

Twitter’s Technical Foul

I'm a little confused by this one. I can't understand why this image was considered sensitive media on Twitter. Of all the vile amount of crap that is not filtered on Twitter, I had to approve this loving image between parent and child. Many minorities have started their own media outlets to support their visions, … Continue reading Twitter’s Technical Foul

President Barack Obama’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner Speech

Drops mic...Obama out. 🎤😎

Larry Wilmore’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner Speech

Thoughts??? Did Wilmore go too far, or did he just tell it like it is?

White House Correspondents’ Dinner 2016

So grateful for The Washington Post's live updates of the White House Correspondents Dinner. I missed it so I'll be one of those annoying people commenting about it on Monday. 

The Ugliness of Photoshopping 

Generally, I would be singing the praises of a mainstream magazine featuring a black actress, more specifically a brown-skinned actress, on the cover. I'm forever promoting the need for diversity within mainstream diversity. Yet, I was taken aback, when I saw the cover of ADWEEK featuring Kerry Washington. One Facebook poster said it perfectly, Kerry … Continue reading The Ugliness of Photoshopping