Shane Engedi’s natural hair event, Lovin’ this Melanated Girl D.C., was a low-key, lovely evening of black and brown women celebrating their hair journey and life experiences.
Solange’s visual album for “When I Get Home” was a toast not just to black culture, but to black American southern culture, afrofuturism, and the rise of the weird black girl.
As a black cinephile, retired emo kid and budding connoisseur of artful horror, I knew that seeing “Us” was going to be everything. Periodt. I count “Get Out” as one of the best films I’ve seen in awhile and one of my favorites. I love the trickle of suspense Jordan Peele takes pains to create. […]
A look back at “Get Out.”
A year into stanning, I haven’t lost steam for Taylor Swift’s “reputation.”
— and the flickering politics of objectification vs. reclamation.
Sprinkle in a little action, a little thirst-trapping and a little horror, and you’ve got the perfect film, right? Or at least, the perfect excuse to get friends together for Marvel-related, goth thot outing.
September and October slung a lot of fabulous new music my way and I’m still recovering.
Just by chance, I was able to make my way down to D.C. to be apart of history. Here is what that week-long endeavor was like.
Proceeds will go to Everytown for Gun Safety and Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ organization.