A Common Thread: The Politics of Black Hair

In the brisk Manchester fall of 1945 at the 5th Pan African Congress, slightly aloft and parted low cut natural hair electrified a room of leaders from the Black diaspora. Leaders like WeB Du Bois energized the atmosphere with rambunctious American spirit. Jamaican shakers like Amy Ashwood Garvey and Miss Alma La Badie brought intersectional and […]

A Wrinkle In White Hollywood

A Wrinkle In Time is a film directed by a woman of color in an age where erasure is a trend, but as always, melanin continues to shine through. I believe Ava DuVernay is the best person to craft such a vision as she has marveled us with works such as 13th, Selma, The Door […]