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As we celebrated “Moonlight’s” win, people of color were still the butt of the jokes.
This year's Oscar Nominations were more diverse than the year before, however, there is still a long way to go before true progress is achieved.
This year's Oscar Nominations were more diverse than the year before, however, there is still a long way to go before true progress is achieved.
Photo Credit: Adenrele Ojo Photography I recently had the opportunity to talk with filmmaker Nadhege Ptah about her experiences
A victory for the film could expand the scope of Black imagination and storytelling.
In the last year, a new tradition has sprung up in my house. Every Wednesday night, an hour or so before bedtime, my five-year-old son will yell, "Modern Family! Blackish!" so loud it echoes. And with that, my husband and I snuggle up with him on the couch, and together, get lost in characters and stories.
"The sassy meter maid, the sassy assistant. I'm tired of it, and I want more for our people."
How does change stick? Big change? Society-changing change? History-making change? Does it come down from the skies? Does it grow from seeds? or Does it whisper through the air like the wind?