Within the film industry white male directors employ abusive tactics and create hostile work environments in the name of genius and so-called authenticity. TW/CW: mentions of rape and abuse. You know one of the quotes I hate the most? “No pain, no
Black girls' existence, like Marsai Martin's existence, is hyper-scrutinized in an effort to break them and their spirit. This essay mentions sexual violence and discusses r/pe culture "Protect Black girls," they said. It’s always a nice exercise in imagining the fantastical when
Too often in horror stories and in our historical narratives, our dead are made into spectacles and fodder for white stories. Candyman was no exception. Contains spoilers for Candyman (1992) “As intellectuals and consumers of popular culture we are left to think
It's not that hard to read. Here is a list of books that J. Cole should have read before he opened his fucking mouth. This essay mentions sexual assault. Jermaine Lamarr Cole is an odd nigga. A perplexing negro. A puzzling,
“Harriet Tubman did all that huffing and running knowing there were horses and carriages. Who did she think she was? Jordan Peele in a parkour skit???” - Shameik Moore Being Black in this world is simultaneously a wonderful, yet peculiar thing.