I Want To See Black Women Win.

I want to see the Black women win. I want to see a dark-skin Black woman main character with three unproblematic love interests simply because she is beautiful. I want television and film to represent Black women whose ultimate goal in life is not marriage or children— without being portrayed as sad, cold, or heartless. […]

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Mental health and Healing in the black community

Collectively, many in the Black community are constantly feeling tired, broken, lost, and tested. When considering the country’s current political climate, on top of a presidential election year and a global pandemic, Black people are processing a lot of emotional trauma. It is never a sign of weakness to struggle with your mental health. The […]

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And The Category Is… Representation: What we can learn from Pose and LGBTQ Inclusive TV

Pose is an American television drama series that features the largest ensemble of transgender actors ever cast in series regular roles. The show is set in 1980s New York City and focuses on Black and Latino LGBTQ and gender non-conforming ballroom culture. The show stars Dominique Jackson, who plays fierce house “mother” Elektra Abundance. MJ […]

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