Have You Seen the Adorable “Annie” Trailer Starring the Amazing Quvenzhané Wallis? Yes; Little Black Girls are Worth Saving
March 7, 2014 Filed Under: Entertainment
"Annie" was one of my most-loved movies of all time. I introduced my children to it and it's a pleasure we share together. I must admit I wasn't sure what to expect from Quvenzhané Wallis taking over the role as Annie, but from the looks of it, she's fit in just fine. There's a few … Read More...
Janet Jackson’s upcoming wedding to Qatari billionaire Wissam Al Mana has the whole world talking. It appears that the beloved little sister of Michael finally found true love — in the arms of an Arab man. Her fiance is equally smitten, telling the magazine Harpers Bazaar Arabia, “I’m fortunate enough to be dating my dream woman.”
I have no regrets. I would do it all again.
Something savory and healthy to warm you from the cold…
The movie is based on a stageplay called Juicy and Delicious written by a non-Black woman so yes, I was wondering if they chose to cast this role with a little Black girl because imagining a little White girl enduring this level of neglect and abuse was impossible.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan Predicted the Future of the Black Family But Too Few People Actually Listened
People widely panned the Moynihan Report. But looking at it now, it reads like a Nostradamus quatrain.
Who knew D’jango was a real man?
Feminism has left a relationship vacuüm resulting in confused women who do not know how to interact with men thus making them more vulnerable to exploitation by relationship predators. This ideology has attacked femininity in women and promoted misandry. Instead of equality, this movement created a gender war between men and women.
According to the NRA, Obama is an “elitist hypocrite” because he has armed guards for his children, like every other president. Ooookay….
Walking the streets of London is equivalent to walking down a haute couture runway. When I leave my flat, I have to keep up with the well-dressed women (and men) of London that constantly have me flipping through the glossy pages of my fashion magazines.
But, and this is just me thinking out loud, with black women leading the pack in obesity in America, we just make it too damn easy for men like Rupert to take shots at us. We walk right into those stereotypes, Doritos and Twinkies in hand. And…AND…she’s 32, walking with a cane. Three-TWO. She is way too young to be that big, I don’t care if she is just five inches shy of seven feet tall.
Love is lovely…