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Oprah Talks About “The Butler,” Racism and The N-Word

Oprah Talks About “The Butler,” Racism and The N-Word

Aug 5, 2013

Oprah’s interview with Parade On why this film brought Oprah back to acting: Lee was relentless. I remember being on my mountain in Maui, where I go to try to restore myself. And he called saying, “You need to get ready, because you are Gloria.” So I did it to have the opportunity to work with Lee. I also did it because Gloria represented to me every...

I am Black and Missing, Have You Seen Me?

I am Black and Missing, Have You Seen Me?

Apr 22, 2013

 Whenever I’m watching extensive media coverage of a missing person, 98% the time the missing person is a young, female, Caucasian woman or child and/or comes from an upper class or higher end middle class family. Unfortunately, if a person of color goes missing, his/her family are forced to beg major media outlets to share their story. Missing people...

Steubenville, Ohio Rape Victim Threatened via Twitter

Steubenville, Ohio Rape Victim Threatened via Twitter

Mar 23, 2013

“Social media messages are once again playing a role in an investigation of two teenagers in Steubenville, Ohio, according to authorities. This time, it’s for allegedly threatening the 16-year-old rape victim of two star Steubenville High School football players, who were convicted over the weekend for the sexual abuse of the girl that was partially...

Peaceful Revenge Against Hate!

Peaceful Revenge Against Hate!

Mar 20, 2013

  Fred Phelps and The Westboro Baptist Church are best known for their extreme protest during fallen soldiers’ funerals, anti-gay rants, high-profile political gatherings and any place they are NOT invited. I think homosexuality is number one on his hate list! Did you know that Fred Phelps use to be a civil rights activist and a lawyer...

Pay Homage: Coretta Scott King

Pay Homage: Coretta Scott King

Jan 21, 2013

On this day, the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is observed. As we remember Dr. King, we cannot forget the woman who fought along side him, Coretta. Coretta Scott King was not only the wife of Dr. King, but she was also a revolutionary in her own right. Coretta’s road to equal rights began well before her union with Martin. Though lacking formal...