On Day 1 of 28 Days of Love, we pay tribute to all the Black beautiful folks that deserve our praise. It’s “Black Butterfly” by Deniece Williams. Enjoy.
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A Short Stop: When A Person Steeped in Scandal Made A Really Dope Speech On… Scandal
Columbus Short has proven to be a troubled soul. And it’s sad. Today we look back to when he was a gladiator in a suit, and exemplified Black excellence. A Black History television moment, indeed.
Five Reasons You Should Be Watching Disney Junior’s Rise Up, Sing Out Right Now
The new series of animated shorts on Disney Junior/Plus, Rise Up Sing Out, featuring music from The Roots, might just be the best thing happening this month.
13 Things: Black History Month Edition
1. The biggest thing I took away from #JudasAndTheBlackMessiah isn’t how terrible William O’Neal was, but how young he was. How young they all were. Also, I could watch Dominique Fishback face-act all day long. 2. People who appreciate the way Russell Westbrook plays basketball are the same people that appreciate what Shaq brings toContinue reading “13 Things: Black History Month Edition”
Look Back at It: ‘U Will Know,’ Black Men United
It’s been a very strange and twisty Black History Month, but there’s no way I could let it end without acknowledging the anniversary of one of the most Blackety Black moments in the history of Blackness. Ever. Yup, this year, the track “U Will Know” by Black Men United turns 25 and despite the grainy photo I had to grabContinue reading “Look Back at It: ‘U Will Know,’ Black Men United”