March 9, 2014 Filed Under: Interviews
I was sick as a dog doing this show, but I managed to keep it together long enough to not look like I was ready to throw up on my shoes. I love the folks over at CNN...they are the only network that's been so supportive of the notion of our changing demographic, and acknowledging it in a fun and … Read More...
Frankly, I am tired of talking about Quentin Tarantino’s film, Django Unchained. But, here I am, talking about it again. Why you ask? Well, because the brilliant minds behind the events of the January 19th “Gun Appreciation Day” are working on innovative ways to reach out to communities of color. And, Larry Ward, current president of conservative leaning media company Political Media, has been working feverishly to aid this cause. So, what brilliant motto did he come with? “What would Django do?” For the record, yes. This is real.
Could Contraception Sabotage be Contributing to the 80% Out-Of-Wedlock Rate in the Black Community? New Study Suggests it May.
Make no mistake…this is a stealth form of abuse.
Friday Funny: Recurring Dreams of Endless Rooms, Not Finishing College, and Chases with Sesame Street Monsters.
Things I have recurring dreams about: 1) That Loyola Marymount University has called and told me they granted my diploma by mistake–I needed to take one more math class and they forgot to tell me. ( I HATE math); 2) I have just moved into a house so big we keep discovering new rooms; 3) That I’m being chased, in a blue nightgown, down the stairs of Kaiser Hospital by the Sesame Street monsters.
How many of you are *hiding* your interracial dating preference?
The Pentagon wants to allow women on the front-lines of combat. But, do the ends justify the means?
Have you ever been “catfished”?
An apology is a bit much. Let’s hope Spike Lee isn’t holding his breath waiting for one…
Dorothy Counts was one of 4 black students selected to integrate all white schools in Charlotte, North Carolina.
So, did they go too far? When is “total access” too much access?
I’ll admit, I was curious as to what kind of sane black woman could fall in love with a racist.