Because the ancestors were ratchet. [View the story “Forgotten Kwanzaa Principles” on Storify]
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Alright! Here we go! Nene and Kenya finally have that big fight the internets have been buzzing about since before the season started! And by fight, I mean they do a weird little tango-waltz sort of thing. We’ve been hoodwinked.
During last week’s ‘Scandal’ recap, I expressed annoyance with Olivia’s likening her relationship to Fitz to that of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings — and the adamant Twitter cosigning of that janky-ass analogy. But if you want to understand how vastly different these two situations are, try thinking up a label for the relationship between Read More
Finally, the true story of the world’s most celebrated auteur.
“Hold on to your weaves! And also to your significant others!” FINALLY. Finally, Kenya shows us every piece of her behind (in a metaphorical sense) on this trip to Anguilla. I know she’s not the only person on the show, but there are just so many of her antics that need to be discussed. So, Read More
Poverty isn’t just economic. It’s existential.
Of red hoodies and Sally Hemings.
Jamelle thinks so: If I had to hazard a guess for the most likely replacement, it is Congressman Tim Scott, who has achieved a fair amount of prominence given his short time in the House. Part of this has to do with novelty; Scott is an African American Republican who represents Strom Thurmond’s old district Read More
The reverence for this gimmicky group is a good example of the tendency to wildly overrate much of the stuff we listened to when when we were younger.