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Is The Oscars Finally Moving in the Right Direction?

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Did Sunday’s Oscars Show Signs that the Academy Is [finally] Moving in the Right Direction? Are the Oscars moving in the Right Direction (right decision)? In short, and as Hollywood’s big night proved, yes. The Academy finally got it right. People of color, minorities, women, and the culture were at the helm of Sunday’s big […]

Are the Oscars Doomed to Tokenism?

The 93rd annual Academy Awards will air tonight at 8 p.m. EST. Due to the pandemic, we weren’t able to watch many newly released movies or films in theaters. However, the stage is still set for those nominated to take home one or more Oscars for this year. Now who has the chance to win […]

One Night in Miami… – #BlackManILoveYou

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The night was historical. A brash, loud-mouth Cassius Clay beat the heavily favored Sonny Liston, becoming the youngest heavyweight boxing champion. The night was magical. Cassius Clay’s good friends, Jim Brown, Sam Cooke and Malcolm X, were in attendance to witness the phenomenal event. But the night, February 25, 1964, was just getting started. In […]

Black Films and Shows to watch in support of BLM

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We are experiencing an overdue, yet important moment in history. Changes are being made left and right in society, and rightfully so. As the pressure is on to support black people, art, businesses, etc. People are scrambling to catch up on literature, films, and other avenues of work that they have slept on for years. […]